Papers related to empirical studies using research methodologies such as surveys, case studies, action research, ethnographies, controlled experiments, experiments or quasi-experiments, among others, are very welcome.
We solicit high-quality papers reporting work-in-progress research related to:
- Empirical studies, experiments and case studies conducted in the domain of reuse, incl. technical and managerial aspects
- Empirical evaluations and comparisons of techniques, methods or methodologies for reuse and software product lines
- Analysis of empirical data and repositories regarding reuse practices
- Repeatable experiments and experiences on software reuse
- Methods and techniques that can be applied to study reuse in academic and non-academic environments
- Design of secondary and tertiary studies (e.g., mapping studies and systematic literature reviews) regarding reuse
- Experiences and reports that evidence problems and failures implementing techniques for reuse and SPLE
We are interested on experiences and empirical studies that include, but are not limited to:
- Reuse techniques such as architecture-centric reuse, component-based design and reverse engineering practices.
- Techniques and methods related to reuse such as domain analysis and modeling, scoping, domain specific languages and variability modelling.
- Maturity Models and strategies for adopting software reuse.
- Non-technical factors, such as organization, processes and human involvement, relevant to reuse practices in practice.
- Economic models and metrics for software reuse.
Submissions will be selected based on the relevance to the workshop topics and will be pair-reviewed.
Papers should be submitted as PDF files via EasyChair
- Submissions must follow the 2017 ACM Master Article Template.
- Papers should comprise four to six (4 to 6) pages, including figures, tables and references.
- All the papers must be electronically submitted by Easychair.
- All submissions will be reviewed by at least (2) experts.
- Workshop papers will be published in volume 2 of the SPLC conference proceedings published by ACM.
The workshop will be held in Paris (France) at SPLC 2019 during September