Technical Program

 

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08:30 – 10:30

08:30 Introduction (IJ, MG, PJ, MKM)

09:00 Theories in other disciplines (PJ) [Talk]

09:30 Klaas-Jan Stol and Brian Fitzgerald. Uncovering Theories in Software Engineering (Long paper) [Talk]

10:00 Kari Smolander and Tero Päivärinta. Forming Theories of Practices for Software Engineering (Long paper) [Talk]

10:30-11:00 Break

11:00-12:30

11:00 Steve Adolph and Philippe Kruchten. Generating A Useful Theory of Software Engineering – short paper [Talk]

11:20 Paul Ralph. Possible Core Theories for Software Engineering [Talk]

11:40 Cengiz Erbas and Bahar Erbas. On a Theory of Software Engineering (Position paper) [Talk]

12:00 Dewayne Perry. A Theoretical Foundation for Software Engineering: A Model Calculus (Long paper) [Talk]

12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-16:00

14:00 Don Batory. Why (Meta-)Theories of Automated Software Design Are Essential: A Personal Perspective [Talk]

14:20 Mathias Ekstedt. An empirical approach to a general theory of software (engineering) [Talk]

14:40 Pan-Wei Ng, Shihong Huang and Yumei Wu. On the Value of Essence to Software Engineering Research: A Preliminary Study (Long paper) [Talk]

15:10 Iaakov Exman. Speeding-up Software Engineering's Escape from its Pre-Paradigmatic Stage [Talk]

15:30 Summary of presentations (PJ, MG) [Talk]

16:00-16:30 Break

16:30-18:00

Discussion on general GTSE issues
Summary

In short: accepted contributions

Iaakov Exman, Software Engineering Department, The Jerusalem College of Engineering Jerusalem, Israel
Speeding-up Software Engineering's Escape from its Pre-Paradigmatic Stage

Klaas-Jan Stol and Brian Fitzgerald,Lero–The Irish Software Engineering Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland
Uncovering Theories in Software Engineering

Cengiz Erbas,ASELSAN Ankara, Turkey and Bahar Erbas,TOBB University of Economics and Technology Ankara, Turkey
On a Theory of Software Engineering

Don Batory,Department of Computer Science University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas, USA
Why (Meta-)Theories of Automated Software Design Are Essential: A Personal Perspective

Mathias Ekstedt, Industrial Information and Control Systems KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden
An empirical approach to a general theory of software (engineering)

Kari Smolander, Software Engineering and Information Management Lappeenranta University of Technology Lappeenranta, Finland and Tero Päivärinta, Computer and Systems Science Luleå University of Technology Luleå, Sweden
Forming Theories of Practices for Software Engineering

Paul Ralph,The Management School Lancaster University, UK
Possible Core Theories for Software Engineering

Dewayne Perry,Advanced Research in Software Engineering (ARiSE) Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
A Theoretical Foundation for Software Engineering: A Model Calculus

Steve Adolph and Philippe Kruchten, Electrical and Computer Engineer University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada
Generating A Useful Theory of Software Engineering

Pan-Wei Ng,Ivar Jacobson International, Shihong Huang,Department of Computer & Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Florida Atlantic University, USA and Yumei Wu, School of Reliability and Systems Engineering Beihang University, China
On the Value of Essence to Software Engineering Research: A Preliminary Study