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PROMISE 2008. Gary D. Boetticher Tim Menzies Tom Ostrand Guenther Ruhe. Bridging Industry and Research. PROMISE 2008. Theme: Bridging Industry & Research Much more data added to the PROMISE Repository Special issue Empirical Software Engineering Workshop expanded to 2 days

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PROMISE 2008

Gary D. Boetticher Tim Menzies Tom Ostrand Guenther Ruhe

Bridging Industry

and Research

promise 2008
PROMISE 2008
  • Theme: Bridging Industry & Research
  • Much more data added to the PROMISE Repository
  • Special issue Empirical Software Engineering
  • Workshop expanded to 2 days
    • 2 Keynote speakers
    • More opportunities for discussion
    • More opportunities for collaboration
  • 1 New Steering Committee Member: Guenther Ruhe
  • 1 Fabulous Dinner

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

theme bridging industry research
Theme: Bridging Industry & Research

Industry perspective

  • To what extent does industry embrace research findings and models?
  • Why is it not more?
    • Is research relevant?  practical?  capable of application?  ultimately beneficial?
    • Are industry folks uninformed? lazy? too busy? Is the ROI too low?

Research perspective

  • Is SE research aligned with industry needs?
    • Does it need to be or is it just a ‘tenure’ thing?
  • Is empirical research unrealistic?
    • Too specific? Too complex? Obsolete?
  • How can models be validated?
    • Correlation? Yes!! Causal? Maybe

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

promise repository 2007 to 2008
PROMISE Repository 2007 to 2008

PROMISE Repository 2007 to 2008

Defect Prediction – 18

Defect Prediction – 32

Text Mining - 9

Others - 9

General - 7

Model-Based SE - 5

Effort Prediction - 9

Effort Prediction - 10

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

promise 2008 may 12 th am
PROMISE 2008, May 12th AM
  • Keynote
    • Risk and Relevance
    • Murray Cantor, Distinguished Engineer, IBM.
  • Papers: Defect Prediction
    • Comparing Negative Binomial and Recursive Partitioning Models for Fault Prediction Elaine Weyuker, Thomas Ostrand and Robert Bell: AT&T Labs-Research, USA
    • Comparing Design and Code Metrics for Software Quality Prediction
    • Yue Jiang, Bojan Cukic, Tim Menzies and Nick Bartlow: West Virginia University, USA
    • Adapting a Fault Prediction Model to Allow Inter Language Reuse
    • Shinya Watanabe, Haruhiko Kaiya and Kenji Kaijiri: Shinshu University, Japan

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

promise 2008 may 12 th pm
PROMISE 2008, May 12th PM
  • Discussion
    • Can Organizations Really Use Predictions?

Chair: Tim Menzies: West Virginia University

  • Papers: Effort Estimation
    • An Empirical Analysis of Software Effort Estimation with Outlier Elimination
    • Yeong-Seok Seo, Kyung-A Yoon and Doo-Hwan Bae: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
    • Using Correlation and Accuracy for Identifying Good Estimators

Gary Boetticher and Nazim Lokhandwala: University of Houston - Clear Lake, USA

  • Data Quality & Discussion
    • Data Sets and Data Quality in Software Engineering
    • Gernot Liebchen and Martin Shepperd: Brunel University, UK

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

promise 2008 may 13 th early am
PROMISE 2008, May 13th Early AM
  • Keynote
    • Practical use of defect detection and prediction in the development and maintenance of software
    • Chris Beal Senior Staff Engineer, SUN Microsystems.
  • Paper: Predictor Issues
    • Implications of Ceiling Effects in Defect Predictors
    • Tim Menzies, Burak Turhan, Ayse Bener, Gregory Gay, Bojan Cukic and Yue Jiang: West Virginia University, USA and Bogazici University, Turkey

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

promise 2008 may 13 th late am
PROMISE 2008, May 13th Late AM
  • Papers: Effort Estimation
    • Multi-criteria Decision Analysis for Customization of Estimation by Analogy Method Jingzhou Li and Guenther Ruhe: University of Calgary, Canada
    • Confidence in Software Cost Estimation Results based on MMRE and PRED
    • Marcel Korte and Daniel Port: University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Germany and Univ. of Hawaii, USA
    • Improving Analogy Software Effort Estimation using Fuzzy Feature Subset Selection Algorithm
    • Moammad Azzeh, Daniel Neagu and Peter Cowling: University of Bradford, UK

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

promise 2008 may 13 th pm
PROMISE 2008, May 13th PM
  • Papers: Resource Planning and Management
    • Optimizing Requirements Decisions with KEYS
    • Omid Jalali, Tim Menzies and Martin Feather: West Virginia University, USA & JPL, USA
    • Complementing Approaches in ERP Effort Estimation Practice: an Industrial Study
    • Maya Daneva: University of Twente, Netherlands
    • Software Defect Repair Times: A Multiplicative Model
    • Swapna Gokhale and Robert Mullen: University of Connecticut and Cisco Systems, USA
  • Wrap-up Discussion
    • What is PROMISE? What could PROMISE be?
    • Should there be a PROMISE 2009? If so, What would it look like?

May 12, 2008

The 4th International Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE) Workshop

thanks
Thanks!
  • Program Committee
  • Steering Committee & Gregory Gay
  • You! 12+ authors and 29+ attendees