Empirical Software Engineering
Empirical Software Engineering provides a forum for applied software engineering research with a strong empirical component, and a venue for publishing empirical results relevant to both researchers and practitioners. Empirical studies presented here usually involve the collection and analysis of data and experience that can be used to characterize, evaluate and reveal relationships between software development deliverables, practices, and technologies. Over time, it is expected that such empirical results will form a body of knowledge leading to widely accepted and well-formed theories. The journal also offers industrial experience reports detailing the application of software technologies - processes, methods, or tools - and their effectiveness in industrial settings. Empirical Software Engineering promotes the publication of industry-relevant research, to address the significant gap between research and practice.
19 Volumes 83 Issues 535 Articles available from 1996 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
An experimental evaluation of the importance of randomness in hill climbing searches applied to software engineering problems
Márcio de O. Barros (February 2014)
- Journal Title
- Empirical Software Engineering
- Volume 1 / 1996 - Volume 19 / 2014
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- Online ISSN
- Springer US
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