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3rd SEMAT Workshop on General Theories of Software Engineering (GTSE 2014), June 2, 2014, Hyderabad, India

GTSE 2014 – Proceedings

Contents - Abstracts - Authors

3rd SEMAT Workshop on General Theories of Software Engineering (GTSE 2014)

Frontmatter

Title Page
Message from the Chairs

The Nature of Theories

Towards Middle-Range Usable Design Theories for Software Engineering
Roel J. Wieringa
(University of Twente, Netherlands)
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Evaluating Process Theories in Software Engineering
Paul Ralph
(Lancaster University, UK)
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A Bootstrap Theory: The SEMAT Kernel Itself as Runnable Software
Iaakov Exman
(Jerusalem College of Engineering, Israel)
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Proposed Theories

Theory Based Software Engineering with the SEMAT Kernel: Preliminary Investigation and Experiences
Pan-Wei Ng
(Ivar Jacobson Int., Singapore)
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Alignment Practices Affect Distances in Software Development: A Theory and a Model
Elizabeth Bjarnason, Kari Smolander, Emelie Engström, and Per Runeson
(Lund University, Sweden; Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)
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Extending Essence Kernel to Enact Practices at the Level of Software Modules
Alper Tolga Kocatas and Cengiz Erbas
(Aselsan, Turkey)
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Extending a General Theory of Software to Engineering
Robert Lagerström and Mathias Ekstedt
(KTH, Sweden)
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