CSMR-WCRE 2014 Conference on Software Maintenance, Reengineering and Reverse Engineering

February 3-7, 2014, Antwerp, Belgium

Eight International Workshop on Software Quality and Maintainability

Bridging the gap between end user expectations, vendors' business prospects, and software engineers' requirements on the ground.

Accepted papers

We have accepted the following papers in the SQM proceedings:

Evolution and maintainability

    PP Magiel Bruntink An Initial Quality Analysis of the Ohloh Software Evolution Data

Software development metrics

    PP Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona, Daniel Izquierdo-Cortazar, Gregorio Robles and Alvaro Del Castillo Analyzing Gerrit Code Review Parameters with Bicho
    PP Igor Scaliante Wiese, Douglas Nassif Junior, Reginaldo Re, Igor Steinmacher and Marco Aurélio Gerosa Comparing process and social metrics considering the evolution of changes: Rails study case


    PP Vadim Zaytsev Software Language Engineering by Intentional Rewriting
    PP Coen De Roover, Christophe Scholliers, Viviane Jonckers, Alessandro Murgia, Javier Perez and Serge Demeyer The Cha-Q Meta-Model: A Comprehensive, Change-Centric Software Representation
    PP Klaus Müller and Bernhard Rumpe A Model-Based Approach to Impact Analysis Using Model Differencing
    PP Benoît Vanderose, Hajer Ayed and Naji Habra Implementing a model-driven and iterative quality assessment life-cycle: a case study

We received a total of 18 submissions, out of which 7 were accepted for publication and presentation, 5 were accepted for presentation only and 6 were rejected, corresponding to a (publication) acceptance rate of 39%.