Perspectives on data science for software engineering / edited by Tim Menzies, Laurie Williams, Thomas Zimmermann.
Contributor(s): Menzies, Tim, editor. | Williams, Laurie, editor. | Zimmermann, Thomas, editor.Call number: QA76.758 P47 2016 Material type: TextPublisher: Cambridge, MA : Morgan Kaufmann is an imprint of Elsevier, 2016Description: xxix, 378 pages : Illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780128042069 (Invalid ISBN) Subject(s): Software engineeringGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 005.1
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Includes bibliographical references.
Front Cover; Perspectives on Data Science for Software Engineering; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Perspectives on data science for software engineering; Why This Book?; About This Book; The Future; References; Software analytics and its application in practice; Six Perspectives of Software Analytics; Experiences in Putting Software Analytics into Practice; References; Seven principles of inductive software engineering: What we do is different; Different and Important; Principle #1: Humans Before Algorithms; Principle #2: Plan for Scale.
Principle #3: Get Early FeedbackPrinciple #4: Be Open Minded; Principle #5: Be smart with your learning; Principle #6: Live With the Data You Have; Principle #7: Develop a Broad Skill Set That Uses a Big Toolkit; References; The need for data analysis patterns (in software engineering); The Remedy Metaphor; Software Engineering Data; Needs of Data Analysis Patterns; Building Remedies for Data Analysis in Software Engineering Research; References; From software data to software theory: The path less traveled; Pathways of Software Repository Research; From Observation, to Theory, to Practice.
Dynamic Artifacts Are Here to StayAcknowledgments; References; Mobile app store analytics; Introduction; Understanding End Users; Conclusion; References; The naturalness of software*; Introduction; Transforming Software Practice; Porting and Translation; The Natural Linguistics of Code; Analysis and Tools; Assistive Technologies; Conclusion; References; Advances in release readiness; Predictive Test Metrics; Universal Release Criteria Model; Best Estimation Technique; Resource/Schedule/Content Model; Using Models in Release Management.
Research to Implementation: A Difficult (but Rewarding) JourneyHow to tame your online services; Background; Service Analysis Studio; Success Story; References; Measuring individual productivity; No Single and Simple Best Metric for Success/Productivity; Measure the Process, Not Just the Outcome; Allow for Measures to Evolve; Goodharts Law and the Effect of Measuring; How to Measure Individual Productivity?; References; Stack traces reveal attack surfaces; Another Use of Stack Traces?; Attack Surface Approximation; References; Visual analytics for software engineering data; References.