The idea is to read relevant fragments of two main books that give basics of statistics and experiment set up for software engineering. The focus is on quantitative methods, not qualitative methods. There will be some bias towards mechanical experiments.
The intended learning outcome: to know how to design, execute and describe in a convincing way an experiment that supports your research finding.
We do not have a meeting schedule, but we do have a founding meeting: 9:00-10:30 Monday, April 27th, room 3A01 NEW!!!. Drop an email to Helge or Andrzej if you want to join us.
At this point we do not plan to give official ECTS credit for this activity, but let me know if this is an issue for you.
Apr 27, 9:00-10:30, room 3A01 Introductory chapters of Wohlin. Read up to p. 30 (inclusive). We shall discuss chapters 2 and 3 at the meeting.
May 6, Wed, Time 14:00-15:00, room 4A05 Chapters 4–6 in Wohlin et al, pages 31–74
May 13, Wed, Time 14:00-15:00, room 3A01 (most likely) Wohlin et al.,Chapter 7 + first part of chapter 8, pages 75-95 inclusive
May 20, Wed, Time 14:00-15:00, room 3A01 (most likely) Wohlin et al.,Chapter 12, pages 143-159 inclusive
June 10, Wed, Time 14:00-15:00, room 2A03 * Case study using Alberto’s current research
Experimentation in Software Engineering: An Introduction By Claes Wohlin, Martin Höst, Per Runeson, Magnus C. Ohlsson, Björn Regnell, Anders Wesslén Edition: illustrated Published by Springer, 2000 ISBN 0792386825, 9780792386827 204 pages
Basics of Software Engineering Experimentation By Natalia Juristo, Ana M. Moreno Edition: illustrated Published by Springer, 2001 ISBN 079237990X, 9780792379904 395 pages
* Alberto Delgado * Neela Narayanan Venkataraman * Jonathan Bunde-Pedersen (on the fringe) * Søren Lauesen * Jakob Bardram (on the fringe) * Nele Andersen * Martin Vyuga * Andreas Nauta Pedersen * Helge Pfeiffer * Andrzej Wąsowski