Volume 49, Number 1, January 2007 Most Cited Journal Articles in Software Engineering - 2000
- Claes Wohlin, Sebastian G. Elbaum, Martin J. Shepperd:
Most cited journal articles in software engineering.
- Claes Wohlin:
An analysis of the most cited articles in software engineering journals - 2000.
- Nenad Medvidovic, Eric M. Dashofy, Richard N. Taylor:
Moving architectural description from under the technology lamppost.
- Norman E. Fenton, Martin Neil, William Marsh, Peter Hearty, David Marquez, Paul Krause, Rajat Mishra:
Predicting software defects in varying development lifecycles using Bayesian nets.
- William R. Bush:
Software, regulation, and domain specificity.
- Mark van den Brand, Paul Klint:
ATerms for manipulation and exchange of structured data: It's all about sharing.
- Cesare Pautasso, Thomas Heinis, Gustavo Alonso:
Autonomic resource provisioning for software business processes.
Volume 49, Number 2, February 2007
- Yoohoon Kang, Chanjin Park, Chisu Wu:
Reverse-engineering 1-n associations from Java bytecode using alias analysis.
- Tiantian Wang, Xiaohong Su, Yuying Wang, Peijun Ma:
Semantic similarity-based grading of student programs.
- Alejandra Cechich, Mario Piattini:
Early detection of COTS component functional suitability.
- Andreas S. Andreou, Marios Tziakouris:
A quality framework for developing and evaluating original software components.
- Khaled Alghathbar:
Validating the enforcement of access control policies and separation of duty principle in requirement engineering.
- Philip Samuel, Rajib Mall, Pratyush Kanth:
Automatic test case generation from UML communication diagrams.
- Z. M. Ma, Li Yan:
Generalization of strategies for fuzzy query translation in classical relational databases.
- June M. Verner, William M. Evanco, Narciso Cerpa:
State of the practice: An exploratory analysis of schedule estimation and software project success prediction.
- Faheem Ahmed, Luiz Fernando Capretz:
Managing the business of software product line: An empirical investigation of key business factors.
Volume 49, Number 3, March 2007 12th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering
- Andrea De Lucia, Susan Elliott Sim:
Working Conference on Reverse Engineering 2005.
- Andrew Sutton, Jonathan I. Maletic:
Recovering UML class models from C++: A detailed explanation.
- Adrian Kuhn, Stéphane Ducasse, Tudor Gîrba:
Semantic clustering: Identifying topics in source code.
- Bill Andreopoulos, Aijun An, Vassilios Tzerpos, Xiaogang Wang:
Clustering large software systems at multiple layers.
- Andreas Christl, Rainer Koschke, Margaret-Anne D. Storey:
Automated clustering to support the reflexion method.
- Robert L. Akers, Ira D. Baxter, Michael Mehlich, Brian J. Ellis, Kenn R. Luecke:
Case study: Re-engineering C++ component models via automatic program transformation.
- Nicholas A. Kraft, Brian A. Malloy, James F. Power:
An infrastructure to support interoperability in reverse engineering.
Volume 49, Number 4, April 2007
- Femi G. Olumofin, Vojislav B. Misic:
A holistic architecture assessment method for software product lines.
- Hyung-Ju Cho, Chin-Wan Chung:
Indexing range sum queries in spatio-temporal databases.
- Cui Yu, Bin Cui, Shuguang Wang, Jianwen Su:
Efficient index-based KNN join processing for high-dimensional data.
- Marko Bajec, Damjan Vavpotic, Marjan Krisper:
Practice-driven approach for creating project-specific software development methods.
- Silvia Mara Abrahão, Geert Poels:
Experimental evaluation of an object-oriented function point measurement procedure.
- Michael Gegick, Laurie Williams:
On the design of more secure software-intensive systems by use of attack patterns.
- Javier Tuya, María José Suárez Cabal, Claudio de la Riva:
Mutating database queries.
Volume 49, Number 5, May 2007
- Rikard Land, Ivica Crnkovic:
Software systems in-house integration: Architecture, process practices, and strategy selection.
- Apostolos Ampatzoglou, Alexander Chatzigeorgiou:
Evaluation of object-oriented design patterns in game development.
- Keng Siau, Yuan Wang:
Cognitive evaluation of information modeling methods.
- Les Hatton:
Language subsetting in an industrial context: A comparison of MISRA C 1998 and MISRA C 2004.
- S. Kanmani, V. Rhymend Uthariaraj, V. Sankaranarayanan, P. Thambidurai:
Object-oriented software fault prediction using neural networks.
- Darren C. Atkinson, Daniel C. Weeks, John Noll:
Tool support for iterative software process modeling.
- Nicolas Anquetil, Káthia Marçal de Oliveira, Kleiber D. de Sousa, Márcio Greyck Batista Dias:
Software maintenance seen as a knowledge management issue.
Volume 49, Number 6, June 2007 Qualitative Software Engineering Research
- Yvonne Dittrich, Michael John, Janice Singer, Bjørnar Tessem:
For the Special issue on Qualitative Software Engineering Research.
- Hugh Robinson, Judith Segal, Helen Sharp:
Ethnographically-informed empirical studies of software practice.
- John McAvoy, Tom Butler:
The impact of the Abilene Paradox on double-loop learning in an agile team.
- Kevin Crowston, Qing Li, Kangning Wei, U. Yeliz Eseryel, James Howison:
Self-organization of teams for free/libre open source software development.
- Wayne G. Lutters, Carolyn B. Seaman:
Revealing actual documentation usage in software maintenance through war stories.
- Lena Karlsson, Åsa G. Dahlstedt, Björn Regnell, Johan Natt och Dag, Anne Persson:
Requirements engineering challenges in market-driven software development - An interview study with practitioners.
- Jeremy Rose, Keld Pedersen, Jens Henrik Hosbond, Pernille Kræmmergaard:
Management competences, not tools and techniques: A grounded examination of software project management at WM-data.
- Odd Steen:
Practical knowledge and its importance for software product quality.
- Carmen Zannier, Mike Chiasson, Frank Maurer:
A model of design decision making based on empirical results of interviews with software designers.
- Gerry Coleman, Rory O'Connor:
Using grounded theory to understand software process improvement: A study of Irish software product companies.
- I. Allison, Yasmin Merali:
Software process improvement as emergent change: A structurational analysis.
- Kari Rönkkö:
Interpretation, interaction and reality construction in software engineering: An explanatory model.
Volume 49, Number 7, July 2007
- Khulood Abu Maria, Raed Abu Zitar:
Emotional agents: A modeling and an application.
- Marco Sinnema, Sybren Deelstra:
Classifying variability modeling techniques.
- Jin Sun Her, Ji Hyeok Kim, Sang Hun Oh, Sung Yul Rhew, Soo Dong Kim:
A framework for evaluating reusability of core asset in product line engineering.
- Brian Henderson-Sellers, Robert B. France, Geri Georg, Raghu Reddy:
A method engineering approach to developing aspect-oriented modelling processes based on the OPEN process framework.
- Jef Jacobs, Jan van Moll, Rob J. Kusters, Jos J. M. Trienekens, Aarnout Brombacher:
Identification of factors that influence defect injection and detection in development of software intensive products.
- Tony Gorschek, Mikael Svahnberg, Andreas Borg, Annabella Loconsole, Jürgen Börstler, Kristian Sandahl, Magnus Eriksson:
A controlled empirical evaluation of a requirements abstraction model.
- Wan-Sup Cho, Ki-Hyung Hong, Woong-Kee Loh:
Estimating nested selectivity in object-oriented and object-relational databases.
Volume 49, Number 8, August 2007
- Hung-Yi Lin, Po-Whei Huang, Kuang-Hua Hsu:
A new indexing method with high storage utilization and retrieval efficiency for large spatial databases.
- Ofer Morgenshtern, Tzvi Raz, Dov Dvir:
Factors affecting duration and effort estimation errors in software development projects.
- Claus Pahl:
Semantic model-driven architecting of service-based software systems.
- Manuel A. Serrano, Juan Trujillo, Coral Calero, Mario Piattini:
Metrics for data warehouse conceptual models understandability.
- Uwe Zdun, Mark Strembeck, Gustaf Neumann:
Object-based and class-based composition of transitive mixins.
- Orest Pilskalns, Anneliese Amschler Andrews, Andrew Knight, Sudipto Ghosh, Robert B. France:
Testing UML designs.
- Luis Eduardo Mendoza, Alejandro Marius, María A. Pérez, Anna Grimán:
Critical success factors for a customer relationship management strategy.
Volume 49, Numbers 9-10, September 2007
- Zijing Tan, Zijun Zhang, Wei Wang, Baile Shi:
Consistent data for inconsistent XML document.
- Andrzej Sobczak, Daniel M. Berry:
Distributed priority ranking of strategic preliminary requirements for management information systems in economic organizations.
- Yoshiki Higo, Toshihiro Kamiya, Shinji Kusumoto, Katsuro Inoue:
Method and implementation for investigating code clones in a software system.
- Thouraya Bouabana-Tebibel, Mounira Belmesk:
An object-oriented approach to formally analyze the UML 2.0 activity partitions.
- Wai Yin Mok:
Designing nesting structures of user-defined types in object-relational databases.
- Arnaud Gotlieb, Tristan Denmat, Bernard Botella:
Goal-oriented test data generation for pointer programs.
- Derek F. Yates, Nicos Malevris:
An objective comparison of the cost effectiveness of three testing methods.
- Denise de Vries, John F. Roddick:
The case for mesodata: An empirical investigation of an evolving database system.
Volume 49, Numbers 11-12, November 2007
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- Vigdis By Kampenes, Tore Dybå, Jo Erskine Hannay, Dag I. K. Sjøberg:
A systematic review of effect size in software engineering experiments.
- Shaukat Ali, Lionel C. Briand, Muhammad Jaffar-Ur Rehman, Hajra Asghar, Muhammad Zohaib Z. Iqbal, Aamer Nadeem:
A state-based approach to integration testing based on UML models.
- Eila Niemelä, Anne Immonen:
Capturing quality requirements of product family architecture.
- Xiaojia Guo, John Lim:
Negotiation support systems and team negotiations: The coalition formation perspective.
- Youngjoong Ko, Sooyong Park, Jungyun Seo, Soonhwang Choi:
Using classification techniques for informal requirements in the requirements analysis-supporting system.
- Jae-Yoon Jung, Jonghun Park, Seung-Kyun Han, Kangchan Lee:
An ECA-based framework for decentralized coordination of ubiquitous web services.
- Faisal Aburub, Mohammed Odeh, Ian Beeson:
Modelling non-functional requirements of business processes.