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Experimentation in software engineering : an introduction / by Claes Wohlin ... [et al.]

Contributor(s): Wohlin, Claes.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Series: The kluwer international series in software engineering ; 6.Publisher: Boston : Kluwer, 2000Description: XX, 204 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 978-0-792-38682-7.Subject(s): Ingeniería del software
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This is an introduction to experimentation and experimental evaluation with a focus on software engineering. It aims to provide guidelines for experiments evaluating methods, techniques and tools in software engineering. Using a process perspective, the focus is on the steps gone through to perform experiments, quasi-experiments and other empirical studies.

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Introduces students, teachers, researchers, and practitioners to experimentation and experimental evaluation with a focus on software engineering in order to provide guidelines for performing experiments evaluating methods, and techniques in software engineering.

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Since software engineering is a relatively new discipline, information sources describing research methods in the field are limited. This book by Sweden-based authors Wohlin (Blekinge Institute of Technology) and colleagues is a welcome addition to this short list. Choosing breadth over depth, the volume, a revised edition of a work by the same name (subtitled "an introduction) published in 2000, presents a very useful review of methods in software engineering research. It is structured as a textbook, making it useful for an introductory graduate-level course or a fourth-year course at the undergraduate level. Practitioners and experts will also benefit from this book, as they can use it as a starting point for more in-depth approaches. The first half of the work contains the principles of software engineering research and a list of methods that are often employed in it. The remainder of the book and Appendix A provide a wealth of examples and applications. Though the book's precise scope is welcome, it may hinder its use as a general reference for professionals. The taxonomy introduced in the first few chapters is complex and requires some reader sophistication to detangle. But these are minor points in an otherwise excellent contribution to the field. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through professionals/practitioners. L. Benedicenti University of Regina

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