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Analyze this! 145 questions for data scientists in software engineering

Andrew Begel, Thomas Zimmermann
2014 Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on Software Engineering - ICSE 2014  
The first survey solicited questions that software engineers would like data scientists to investigate about software, about software processes and practices, and about software engineers.  ...  In this paper, we present the results from two surveys related to data science applied to software engineering.  ...  In this paper, we present a ranked list of questions that software engineers want to have answered by data scientists.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2568225.2568233 dblp:conf/icse/BegelZ14 fatcat:wb4lvctju5erlmexcwdhvpucce

Questions for Data Scientists in Software Engineering: A Replication [article]

Hennie Huijgens, Ayushi Rastogi, Ernst Mulders, Georgios Gousios, Arie van Deursen
2020 pre-print
This resulted in 145 questions that developers considered relevant for data scientists to answer, thus providing a research agenda to the community.  ...  In 2014, a Microsoft study investigated the sort of questions that data science applied to software engineering should answer.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank ING and all participant engineers for sharing their experience and views with us. We thank the authors of the  ... 
doi:10.1145/3368089.3409717 arXiv:2010.03165v1 fatcat:hcq3tiktvbb5va6bg6r5bf3bb4

Discarding Obsolete Information in a Replicated Database System

S.K. Sarin, N.A. Lynch
1987 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
A replicated database architecture is described in which updates processed at a site must be saved to allow reconcilliation of newly arriving updates in a way that preserves mutual consistency.  ...  A protocol for permanent removal of sites is also described, which will allow the discarding of updates to continue when one or more sites crash and are expected not to recover.  ...  Siegel for their suggestions during the development of these protocols.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.1987.232564 fatcat:rgyhguykwnakdhd2d6nitxptza

Does health informatics have a replication crisis?

Enrico Coiera, Elske Ammenwerth, Andrew Georgiou, Farah Magrabi
2018 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Results: While there is growing interest in re-analysis of existing data, experimental replication studies appear uncommon in informatics.  ...  Conclusions: The cost of poor replication is a weakening in the quality of published research and the evidencebased foundation of health informatics.  ...  the release of study data allows other scientists to scrutinize a study, checking for integrity of the primary data, and carry out essential replication of statistical analyses. 34 Conflict of interest  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamia/ocy028 pmid:29669066 pmcid:PMC6077781 fatcat:hcjoo2nfkfc5nawmdg2j5bbkya

A Prototype Platform for Policy-Based Archive Replication

Micah Altman, Bryan Beecher, Jonathan Crabtree
2013 Against the Grain  
California Institute of Technology) is Senior Research Scientist in the institute for Quantitative social science in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard university, Associate Director of the Harvard-Mit  ...  data center, and Archival Director of the Henry a.  ...  For more information on Data-PASS's approach to archival replication, including our policies and practices, software, 13 10.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.2553 fatcat:qkayqjx5crfahmriqdstbnj3hi

Reproducible and replicable CFD: it's harder than you think [article]

Olivier Mesnard, Lorena A. Barba
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Completing a full replication study of our previously published findings on bluff-body aerodynamics was harder than we thought.  ...  Despite the fact that we have good reproducible-research practices, sharing our code and data openly. Here's what we learned from three years, four CFD codes and hundreds of runs.  ...  LAB would like to acknowledge the hospitality of the Berkeley Institute of Data Science (BIDS), where this paper was written.  ... 
arXiv:1605.04339v3 fatcat:6n656bj74zghfgoh3bi6w5eixu

A Controlled Experiment Comparing the Maintainability of Programs Designed with and without Design Patterns—A Replication in a Real Programming Environment

Marek Vokáč, Walter Tichy, Dag I. K. SjØberg, Erik Arisholm, Magne Aldrin
2004 Empirical Software Engineering  
This paper describes a replication of an earlier controlled experiment on design patterns in maintenance, with major extensions.  ...  Software "design patterns" seek to package proven solutions to design problems in a form that makes it possible to find, adapt and reuse them.  ...  Carelius, Halvard Moe and Å smund Ødega˚rd of the Simula Research  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:emse.0000027778.69251.1f fatcat:gnapc6zadjcehlrpvur3dcygl4

Reproducible Research for Computing in Science & Engineering

Lorena A. Barba, George K. Thiruvathukal
2017 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
To achieve it, the group developed standardized commands, a filing system for data and computer files, and a process for testing and reusing software.  ...  what software engineering practices are, indeed, followed in the project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2017.3971172 fatcat:atnx3azmcnafjbl4qtxsuk7nxe

DNAscent v2: Detecting Replication Forks in Nanopore Sequencing Data with Deep Learning [article]

Michael A Boemo
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
The detection of base analogues in Oxford Nanopore Technologies (ONT) sequencing reads has become a promising new method for the high-throughput measurement of DNA replication dynamics with single-molecule  ...  This paper introduces DNAscent v2, software that uses a residual neural network to achieve fast, accurate detection of the thymidine analogue BrdU with single-base resolution.  ...  With these improvements, less data is required to create whole-genome maps of replication origin and termination site locations, which is particularly important for studying replication in larger genomes  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.11.04.368225 fatcat:4i7b5zawhzfcnk4f4vtli7jhce

EXHIBIT: Start Your Engines

2003 Science  
Fire up the first steam engine, a hefty contraption patented in 1705 by Thomas Newcomen that often powered pumps to drain English mines (above).  ...  Software engineer and technology buff Matt Keveney of Oakland, California, takes apart 19 types of historical and modern engines, and his clever animations show each mechanism chugging along.  ...  The fMRI Data Center at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, helps neuroscientists share data from their fMRI experiments, so other teams can reanalyze results or pool information for comparison  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.299.5613.1637a fatcat:kov5gw7e3bcyviaeue32krlh5y

Disputed inquiry clears bubble-fusion engineer

Eugenie Samuel Reich
2007 Nature  
His work promised to improve prospects for developing a clean source of energy, but independent scientists have not been able to replicate the result.  ...  of being asked to consider the questions about Taleyarkhan's data.  ... 
doi:10.1038/445690a pmid:17301754 fatcat:e4daqtdvu5g73az3nnro3oxkhq

Knowledge-Sharing Issues in Experimental Software Engineering

Forrest Shull, Manoel G. Mendoncça, Victor Basili, Jeffrey Carver, José C. Maldonado, Sandra Fabbri, Guilherme Horta Travassos, Maria Cristina Ferreira
2004 Empirical Software Engineering  
We describe an instantiation of the Nonaka-Takeuchi Model for software engineering experimentation, establishing a framework for discussing knowledge sharing issues related to experimental software engineering  ...  Recently the awareness of the importance of replicating studies has been growing in the empirical software engineering community.  ...  This work has been accomplished under the financial support of CNPq and NSF grants CCR9900307 and CCR0086078 (establishing the Center for Empirically Based Software Engineering). Notes 1.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:emse.0000013516.80487.33 fatcat:honubtwrjzfpblgnzsbwgdtybu

Advanced Cyberinfrastructure for Science, Engineering, and Public Policy [article]

Vasant G. Honavar, Katherine Yelick, Klara Nahrstedt, Holly Rushmeier, Jennifer Rexford, Mark D. Hill, Elizabeth Bradley, Elizabeth Mynatt
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Advancing the capability and capacity for evidence-based improvements in science, engineering, and public policy requires support for (1) computational abstractions of the relevant domains coupled with  ...  However, despite, and perhaps because of, advances in "big data" technologies for data acquisition, management and analytics, the other largely manual, and labor-intensive aspects of the decision making  ...  Consider, for example, the task of identifying a question for investigation in a domain of inquiry, e.g., the Life Sciences.  ... 
arXiv:1707.00599v1 fatcat:2mdr6r4nn5b2pmyfi6srpeo6l4

Experimental validation in software engineering

Marvin V. Zelkowitz, Dolores Wallace
1997 Information and Software Technology  
In this paper we discuss a 12-model classification scheme for performing experimentation within the software development domain.  ...  Although experimentation is an accepted approach toward scientific validation in most scientific disciplines, it only recently has gained acceptance within the software development community.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the help of Dale Walters of NIST who helped to classify the 600 papers used to validate the classification model described in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0950-5849(97)00025-6 fatcat:zzivhba6jjh2dk2ua6prnpxrni

Designing Requirements Engineering Research

2007 2007 Fifth International Workshop on Comparative Evaluation in Requirements Engineering  
In the case of requirements engineering research-and more generally software engineering research-there is a confusion about the relative roles of research and about design and the methods appropriate  ...  But despite these differences, research methods for the engineering sciences are no different than research methods for any other kind of science. At most there is a difference in emphasis.  ...  For example, an investigation of communication patterns that occur when software engineers use a particular design notation, concerns communication phenomena that could occur in other human activities  ... 
doi:10.1109/cere.2007.4 fatcat:srsb2kog4zglbgq5xv4daqtpkq
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