Product-Focused Software Process Improvement: 16th International Conference, PROFES 2015, Bolzano, Italy, December 2-4, 2015, Proceedings
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The proceedings contain 46 papers. The special focus in this conference is on Lessons Learned from Industry-Research Collaborations. The topics include: Strategic ecosystem management; an iterative approach to quantifying feature value; challenges of structured reuse adoption; a qualitative study based on software development maturity models implementations in brazil; model-driven development for multi-platform mobile applications; a method to select indicators for it services; requirement prioritization with quantitative data - a case study; a method for requirements capture and specification based on disciplined use cases and screen mockups; a case study on artefact-based re improvement in practice; artefacts in agile software development; artifact-based synchronization of globally distributed software development in practice; ontology-based identification of commonalities and variabilities among safety processes; early product design in startups; an empirical study on memory bias situations and correction strategies in ERP effort estimation; applying a verification protocol to evaluate the accuracy of functional size measurement procedures; investigating functional and code size measures for mobile applications; defining continuous planning through a multiple-case study; studying the effect of UML-based models on source-code comprehensibility; source code driven decomposition of object-oriented legacy systems; on the use of safety certification practices in autonomous field robot software development; a process for risk-based test strategy development and its industrial evaluation; focused inspections to support defect detection in automation systems engineering environments and a field study on the elicitation and classification of defects for defect models.