EVIDENCE BRIEFINGS

Evidence briefings is a novel approach to summarizing research findings from empirical software engineering studies.

In this webpage we provide all the means to understand and use the Evidence Briefings.

Please see the Evidence Briefings FAQ to guide you in the process of Evidence Briefing creation.

If you have additional questions, please drop a line to bfsc [at] cin.ufpe.br and/or gpinto [at] ufpa.br

WHAT ARE EVIDENCE BRIEFINGS?
Evidence Briefings are one-paper documents that summarize the main findings of an empirical research, so researchers and practitioners can easily consume them.

If you want to know more about the briefings, you can read the ESEM'16 paper about it: http://bit.ly/2sYbDKH

At the end of this page, you can find several examples of existing Evidence Briefings.

EVIDENCE BRIEFINGS FAQ:

EVIDENCE BRIEFINGS TEMPLATES (under CC-BY)

EVIDENCE BRIEFINGS FROM RAPID REVIEWS:

        This briefing reports evidence on the benefits, challenges, and strategies to establish fruitful customer collaboration in software development projects.

EVIDENCE BRIEFINGS FROM SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS:

This briefing reports evidence on what is currently known about automated acceptance testing and also reports a case study from industry.

This briefing reports evidence on concepts and major findings of knowledge management initiatives in software engineering based on scientific evidence from a systematic review.

This briefing reports evidence on various barriers that have a negative impact on software outsourcing clients in the selection process of offshore software development outsourcing vendors based on scientific evidence from a systematic review.

This briefing reports evidence on critical success factors that have a positive impact on software outsourcing clients in the selection process of offshore software development outsourcing vendors based on scientific evidence from a systematic review.

This briefing reports the practices found to improve the quality of models.

This briefing reports evidence on what is currently known about the benefits and limitations of agile software development based on scientific evidence from a syste matic review.



This briefing reports evidence on methods and techniques dealing with the generation, of requirements from models based on scientific evidence from a systematic review.

This briefing reports evidence on circunstances under which code duplication harms system quality based on scientific evidence from a systematic review.

This briefing reports evidence on the effectiveness of pair programming around quality duration and effort based on scientific evi dence from a systematic review.

This briefing reports evidence on findings about challenges involved in using Scrum for global software development (GSD) projects and the strategies available to deal with them based on scientific evidence from a systematic review.
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