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Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering

June 8-11, 2011, in Beijing, China

Editors: Leszek Maciaszek 1 and Kang Zhang 2

ISBN: 978-989-8425-57-7

Conference Link: http://www.enase.org

Foreword: The mission of the ENASE (Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering) conferences is to be a prime international forum to discuss and publish research findings and IT industry experiences with relation to evaluation of novel approaches to software engineering. By comparing novel approaches with established traditional practices and by evaluating them against software quality criteria, the ENASE conferences advance knowledge and research in software engineering, identify most hopeful trends and propose new directions for consideration by researchers and practitioners involved in large-scale software development and integration. This conference volume contains papers of the 6th edition of ENASE held in Beijing, China. The previous conferences took place in Erfurt, Germany (2006), Barcelona, Spain (2007), Madeira, Portugal (2008), Milan, Italy (2009), and Athens, Greece (2010). There is a growing research community around ENASE that is increasingly recognized as an important international conference for researchers and practitioners to review and evaluate emerging as well as established SE methods, practices, architectures, technologies and tools. The ENASE conferences host also keynotes, workshops and panels. The ENASE proceedings are published in time for conferences by INSTICC (Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication). Moreover, starting from the 2nd conference in Barcelona. modified and extended versions of ENASE papers are published as post-proceedings by Springer CCIS (Communications in Computer and Information Science) in Revised Selected Papers Series. Overall, for the 6th ENASE in Beijing we have received 75 papers from 31 countries, of which 55 were regular papers and 20 were short or position papers. The reviewing process was carried out by about 80 members of the ENASE 2011 Program Committee. The final decision of acceptance/rejection was taken based on the received reviews by the PC co-chairs Leszek Maciaszek and Kang Zhang. Borderline papers were subjected to extra considerations and discussions before decisions were reached. For ENASE 2011, we have finally accepted 18 full papers (with scores 4 and above; max. 6) and 10 short papers. The relevant acceptance statistics for full papers are: 32.7% (based on 55 submissions) or 24% (based on 75 submissions) - clearly, the former percentage is more truthful. The acceptance rate confirms the desire of the ENASE Steering Committee to ensure high quality of the conferences. All six ENASE conferences had the acceptance rate for full papers at around or below 30%. Papers accepted for ENASE 2011 were presented in nine categories: 1. Software Quality and Testing 2. Requirements Engineering 3. Programming 4. Software Processes and Methods 5. Software Tools and Environments 6. Business Process and Services Modeling 7. Software Components 8. Software Effort and Processes 9. Socio-Technical Aspects of Software Development (More)

Volumes:

Vol. 1 - 978-989-8425-57-7

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P. 114 - 120
DOI:10.5220/0003464201140120

P. 254 - 259
DOI:10.5220/0003468202540259

P. 260 - 265
DOI:10.5220/0003504002600265

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