Research Methods in Automated Software EngineeringSpeaker: John Grundy – Melbourne, Australia
Topic(s): Software Engineering and Programming
AbstractOriginally given to the Automated Software Engineering doctoral symposium, this provides an overview of common ASE (and Software Engineering) methods. It is designed around interaction with a small class of PhD, Masters or even under-graduate students. I cover areas of work, intended contributions, research question development, experimental approaches, evaluation of results, dissemination of results, and other ASE research topics. I have given this not only to Software Engineering students, but to wider Information Technology research methods classes and even broader Science and Engineering student groups.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 20
Duration: 35 - 45 minutes
Languages Available: English
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