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The effects of change-decomposition on code review - A Controlled Experiment [article]

Marco di Biase, Magiel Bruntink, Arie van Deursen, Alberto Bacchelli
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Aims: (1) Quantitatively measure the effects of change-decomposition on the outcome of code review (in terms of number of found defects, wrongly reported issues, suggested improvements, time, and understanding  ...  Conclusions: Change-decomposition reduces the noise for subsequent data analyses but also significantly support the tasks of the developers in charge of reviewing the changes.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS e authors would like to thank all participants of the experiment and the pilot.  ... 
arXiv:1805.10978v1 fatcat:bjzpphkd4jdjtir6ufez7y2yoe

The effects of change decomposition on code review—a controlled experiment

Marco di Biase, Magiel Bruntink, Arie van Deursen, Alberto Bacchelli
2019 PeerJ Computer Science  
Aims (1) Quantitatively measure the effects of change decomposition on the outcome of code review (in terms of number of found defects, wrongly reported issues, suggested improvements, time, and understanding  ...  Code review is a cognitively demanding and time-consuming process.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank all participants of the experiment and the pilot.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj-cs.193 pmid:33816846 pmcid:PMC7924728 fatcat:c7jwzmpflfetdiqvvzgiqaqyom

The effects of change decomposition on code review—a controlled experiment

Marco Di Biase, Magiel Bruntink, Arie Van Deursen, Alberto Bacchelli
2020
Aims (1) Quantitatively measure the effects of change decomposition on the outcome of code review (in terms of number of found defects, wrongly reported issues, suggested improvements, time, and understanding  ...  Aims: (1) Quantitatively measure the effects of change decomposition on the outcome of code review (in terms of number of found defects, wrongly reported issues, suggested improvements, time, and understanding  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank all participants of the experiment and the pilot.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-197694 fatcat:jpvxttl6dbbwxhb6ymwtqfg7nq

Tangible Media in Process Modeling – A Controlled Experiment [chapter]

Alexander Luebbe, Mathias Weske
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper assesses nine aspects related to "effective elicitation" in a controlled experiment using questionnaires and video analysis.  ...  We conclude that tangible modeling leads to more effective elicitation through activation of participants and validation of results.  ...  We'd also like to thank the reviewers for their valuable feedback. It led to a substantial revision of Sections 3.1 and 6.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21640-4_22 fatcat:qvxnm7is5bazdbukzleqte4n24

The use of pattern participants relationships for integrating patterns: a controlled experiment

Ahmad Waqas Kamal, Paris Avgeriou, Uwe Zdun
2011 Software, Practice & Experience  
We are also thankful to Peter van Saten for helping us analyze the statistical data collected after this experiment. Moreover, we  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Neil Harrison, Matthias Galster, and Simon Gieseke for reviewing the architecture documents and providing their valuable feedback to draw conclusions from this study  ...  The approach was validated through a controlled experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.1121 fatcat:po55pmuuxnbdzhvp5anwnme7by

Trace visualization for program comprehension: A controlled experiment

Bas Cornelissen, Andy Zaidman, Arie van Deursen, Bart van Rompaey
2009 2009 IEEE 17th International Conference on Program Comprehension  
This paper reports on the first controlled experiment to quantitatively measure the added value of trace visualization for program comprehension.  ...  We designed eight typical tasks aimed at gaining an understanding of a representative subject system, and measured how a control group (using the Eclipse IDE) and an experimental group (using both Eclipse  ...  The remainder of the paper is structured as follows. Section II extensively reviews existing techniques and tools for trace visualization, and motivates our intent to conduct a controlled experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icpc.2009.5090033 dblp:conf/iwpc/CornelissenZDR09 fatcat:ikstnqwy7fetlijzzcldjvrqve

A Controlled Experiment for Program Comprehension through Trace Visualization

Bas Cornelissen, Andy Zaidman, Arie van Deursen
2011 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
This paper reports on the first controlled experiment to quantitatively measure the added value of trace visualization for program comprehension.  ...  We designed eight typical tasks aimed at gaining an understanding of a representative subject system, and measured how a control group (using the Eclipse IDE) and an experimental group (using both Eclipse  ...  in the experimental design.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2010.47 fatcat:rrcso2vzg5c2tn7gkqrzb4fvou

Comparing Three Notations for Defining Scenario-based Model Tests: A Controlled Experiment

Bernhard Hoisl, Stefan Sobernig, Mark Strembeck
2014 2014 9th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology  
to the detection of errors in the models under test. 20 software professionals (software engineers, testers, researchers) participated in a controlled experiment based on six different comprehension and  ...  For each of these tasks, questions on a scenario-test definition and on a model under test had to be answered.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT Thanks are due to Janet Siegmund for her advice on planning the experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/quatic.2014.62 dblp:conf/quatic/HoislSS14a fatcat:jjlxz7uwdrcd5pcbyj3u7qidw4

Comparing Three Notations for Defining Scenario-Based Model Tests: A Controlled Experiment

Bernhard Hoisl, Stefan Sobernig, Mark Strembeck
2014 2014 9th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology  
to the detection of errors in the models under test. 20 software professionals (software engineers, testers, researchers) participated in a controlled experiment based on six different comprehension and  ...  For each of these tasks, questions on a scenario-test definition and on a model under test had to be answered.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT Thanks are due to Janet Siegmund for her advice on planning the experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/quatic.2014.19 dblp:conf/quatic/HoislSS14 fatcat:nqk5om4fkrgx3koybe7ahlukvm

On the impact of service-oriented patterns on software evolvability: a controlled experiment and metric-based analysis

Justus Bogner, Stefan Wagner, Alfred Zimmermann
2019 PeerJ Computer Science  
Two functionally equivalent versions of a service-based web shop—one with patterns (treatment group), one without (control group)—had to be changed and extended in three tasks.  ...  Objective In this study, we focused on the effect of four service-based patterns—namely Process Abstraction, Service Façade, Decomposed Capability, and Event-Driven Messaging—on the evolvability of a system  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We kindly thank Daniel Graziotin from the University of Stuttgart as well as Maximilian Jager from the University of Mannheim for the fruitful discussions about our paper and specifically  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj-cs.213 pmid:33816866 pmcid:PMC7924695 fatcat:tko7lrwwira5dif275ewci4tre

Evaluating the Impact of Aspects on Inconsistency Detection Effort: A Controlled Experiment [chapter]

Kleinner Farias, Alessandro Garcia, Carlos Lucena
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A controlled experiment was conducted with 26 subjects and involved the analysis of 520 models.  ...  To address this gap, this work investigates the effects of AOM on: (1) the developers' effort to detect inconsistencies; (2) the inconsistency detection rate; and (3) the interpretation of design models  ...  In this context, this paper reports a controlled experiment (Section 3) aimed at investigating the impact of AOM on: (1) the rate of inconsistency detection; (2) the developers' effort to detect these  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33666-9_15 fatcat:nq5cgolc2rgodkvqqekwwz3noe

Understanding controls on interfacial wetting at epitaxial graphene: Experiment and theory

Hua Zhou, P. Ganesh, Volker Presser, Matthew C. F. Wander, Paul Fenter, Paul R. C. Kent, De-en Jiang, Ariel A. Chialvo, John McDonough, Kevin L. Shuford, Yury Gogotsi
2012 Physical Review B  
The interaction of interfacial water with graphitic carbon at the atomic scale is studied as a function of the hydrophobicity of epitaxial graphene.  ...  High resolution X-ray reflectivity shows that the graphene-water contact angle is controlled by the average graphene thickness, due to the fraction of the film surface expressed as the epitaxial buffer  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Sang Soo Lee for his advice and assistance in X-ray experiments and data analysis. This material is based upon work supported as part of the Fluid Interface  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevb.85.035406 fatcat:qfxmaehqhbawrpfgnkewk5iniy

High-Pressure Hydrogen Sulfide Experiments: How Did Our Safety Measures and Hazard Control Work during a Failure Event?

Kayode I. Adeniyi, Herman H. Wan, Connor E. Deering, Francis Bernard, Molly A. Chisholm, Robert A. Marriott
2020 Safety  
Also, we share our experience regarding a leak that occurred as a result of the failure of a perfluoroelastomer O-ring seal on a small stirred autoclave vessel used for studying H2S hydrate dissociation  ...  Because of these hazards, operations such as oil and gas processing and sewage treatment that handle or produce H2S and/or sour gas require effective and well-designed hazard controls, as well as state-of-the-art  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/safety6010015 fatcat:s7m2ge6w7faxtamtcku4odw7jm

Centennial Fertilization-Induced Soil Processes Control Trace Metal Dynamics. Lessons from a Long-Term Bare Fallow Experiment

Folkert van Oort, Remigio Paradelo, Nicolas Proix, Ghislaine Delarue, Denis Baize, Fabrice Monna
2018 Soil Systems  
We considered accompanying effects of soil compaction or decompaction due to changing physicochemical conditions over 85 years.  ...  The 42-plot LTBF trial of INRA (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique) started in Versailles (France) in 1928 to assess the impacts of prolonged application of fertilizers and amendments on the  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors greatly acknowledge all people who were, since 1928, or are still today in charge of the maintenance and technical exploitation of the 42-plots experiment: application of fertilizers  ... 
doi:10.3390/soilsystems2020023 fatcat:vgffyftg4jahbdtw5zu2eecdfq

Design of computer experiments applied to modeling of compliant mechanisms for real-time control

Diego A. Acosta, David Restrepo, Sebastián Durango, Oscar E. Ruiz
2012 Engineering with Computers  
8 Abstract This article discusses the use of design of com-9 puter experiments (DOCE) (i.e., experiments run with a 10 computer model to find how a set of inputs affects a set of 11 outputs) to obtain  ...  The accuracy of 26 the meta-model was calculated by conducting a set of com-27 puter experiments with random uniform distribution of the 28 input forces.  ...  The absolute values of the alias of the 581 effects (i.e., estimate of an effect also including the influ-582 ence of one or more other effects (usually high order 583 interactions) in a fractional factorial  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00366-012-0268-8 fatcat:yy65fcih6zfrpm3yios2an7mly
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