Systematic Literature Reviews and Mapping Studies have become an important and phenomenal research method in software engineering in the recent decade. A Systematic literature review is a form of secondary study that uses a well-defined methodology to identify, analyse and interpret all available evidence related to a specific research question in a way that is unbiased and (to a degree) repeatable. A Mapping study is a broad review of primary studies in a specific topic area which aims to identify what evidence is available on the topic.
To encourage the submission of Systematic literature studies, SEAA 2017 will have a special Track entitled: Systematic Literature Reviews and Mapping Studies in Software Engineering (SMSE). The SMSE track will bring together researchers and practitioners to share their results and experiences with Systematic Secondary Studies. The track is an integral part of the 43rd Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA) 2017.
Suggested topics of interest include Systematic Literature Reviews and Mapping Studies in:
Furthermore, papers on methodological issues and tool support for Systematic Literature Reviews and Mapping Studies are very welcome.
The conference proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society. The format is the IEEE two-column proceedings format (max 8 pages). Submission will be handled via EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=seaa2017.
Steve Counsell, Brunel University, UK
Stephen Swift, Brunel University, UK
Nathan Baddoo, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Teresa Baldassarre, University of Bari, Italy
Pearl Brereton, Keele University, UK
Jim Buckley, University of Limerick, Ireland
Jeff Carver, University of Alabama, USA
Giuseppe Destefanis, Brunel University, UK
Sigrid Eldh, Ericsson, Stockholm
Katia Felizardo, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil
Cesar França, CESAR and Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Vahid Garousi, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Matt Gatrell, Neilson Financial Services, Slough, UK
Marcela Genero, University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain
Rachel Harrison, Oxford Brookes University, UK
Marco Kuhrmann, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Mel O'Cinneide, University College, Dublin
Keith Phalp, University of Bournemouth, UK
Marc Roper, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
Gleison Santos, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Tom Shippey, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Daniel Sundmark, Mälardalen University, Sweden
Erica Souza, Federal Technological University of Paraná, Brazil
Martin Shepperd, Brunel Univesity, UK
Ewan Tempero, University of Auckland, NZ
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