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TDDD30 Advanced Software Engineering


TDDD30 Schedule


Below follows the schedule for the different seminars. It is important that you quickly form a group with 2-3 students so that you can start planning the seminar. The order of the special topics can be subject to change. Questions sessions are in the classroom and an opportunity to discuss seminars and term papers with the examiner and fellow students. No booking required. In the beginning of each session we will distribute time quite evenly.

Day Date Hours Room Presenter Opponent Topic
Mån 16 Jan 13-15 P30 Kristian Introduction. The Guide to SWEBOK.
Searching scientific databases.
Reading research papers. Writing term papers.
Planning of seminars.
Wed 18 Jan 8-10 P26 Kristian Overview of The Guide to SWEBOK.
Downloade free-mind here.

All headlines in a mind-map.

A package with some explanations chapters 2-5.

Powerpoint for chapters 6-12

Mon 23 Jan 13-15 P26 Kristian Experimentation and Case studies in Software Engineering. Slides.


Sjøberg, D.I.K.; Hannay, J.E.; Hansen, O.; Kampenes, V.B.; Karahasanovic, A.; Liborg, N.-K.; Rekdal, A.C.. (2005) A survey of controlled experiments in software engineering. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering. 31(9). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TSE.2005.97

Runeson, P. ; Höst, M. (2009). Guidelines for conducting and reporting case study research in software engineering. Empirical Software Engineering, 14(2). DOI:


Tue 24 Jan 10-12 P22 Kristian Metrics. Slides.

Staron, M. and Meding, W. (2009). Ensuring Reliability of Information Provided by Measurement Systems, Software Process and Product Measurement, Lecture Notes in Compute Sicence, vol Volume 5891/2009, pp. 1-16. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-05415-0_1

Wed 25 Jan 8-9 P26 Kristian Prediction of cost and quality. Slides.

Tomaszewski, P., Grahn, H. and Lundberg, L. (2006). A Method for an Accurate Early Prediction of Faults in Modified Classes, Proc. of the 22nd IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM-2006), pp. 487-496, September 25-27, 2006, Philadelphia, U.S.A. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICSM.2006.6

9-10 P26 All Questions
Fri 27 Jan 15-17 P22 All Question
Mon 30 Jan 13-17 P22 Kristian Creating a system anatomy. Lecture and practical exercise (takes a few hours). Slides

Taxén, L. and Lilliesköld, J. (2008). Images as action instruments in complex projects, International Journal of Project Management, 26(5), 527-536.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijproman.2008.05.009

or The book.

Wed 1 Feb 8-9 P22 Kristian Maintenance. Slides
Wed 1 Feb 9-10 P22 Kristian Reuse. Slides
Fri 3 Feb 15-16 P22 Kristian Market-Driven Software Engineering. Slides

Karlsson, L., Dahlstedt, A.G., Regnell, B., Natt och Dag, J. and Persson, A. (2007). Requirements engineering challenges in market-driven software development An interview study with practitioners. Information and Software Technology. Vol. 49, No 6, pp 588-604

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.infsof.2007.02.008

Fri 3 Feb 16-17 P22 All Questions
Mon 13 Feb 13-15 P22 All Professionalism and Ethics. Self-assessment and discussion. Slides.

Shortened self-assessment.

Tue 14 Feb 10-12 P22 Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Rhersal of Seminar
Wed 15 Feb 8-10 P26 Group 5

Group 6

Group 7

Group 8

Rehersal of Seminar
Mon 27 Feb 13-15 P18 Group1

Group 2

Group 7

Group 8

Tue 28 Feb 10-12 P22 Group 3

Group 4

Group 1

Group 2

Wed 29 Feb 8-10 P18 Group 5

Group 6

Group 3

Group 4

Fri 2 Mar 15-17 P18 Group 7

Group 8

Group 5

Group 6


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Last updated: 2010-01-17