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Papers, Reviews and Columns in the November Issue
This issue of SEN includes reports and papers on:
- Results of the 1st International Workshop on Impact of Agile Practices (ImpAct 2015), by Philipp Diebold, Darja Šmite, and Daniel Méndez Fernández
- Report on the First International i* Teaching Workshop (iStarT), by Jennifer Horkoff, James Lockerbie, Xavier Franch, Eric Yu, John Mylopoulos
- Software Engineering for Smart Cyber-Physical Systems -- Towards a Research Agenda: Report on the First International Workshop on Software Engineering for Smart CPS, by Tomas Bures, Danny Weyns, Christian Berger, Stefan Biffl, Marian Daun, Thomas Gabor, David Garlan, Ilias Gerostathopoulos, Christine Julien, Filip Krikava, Richard Mordinyi, and Nikos Pronios
- Software Ecosystems for the Life Sciences Application Domains, by Bedir Tekinerdogan, Huub Scholten
- Automated Expected Output Generation: Is this a Problem that has been solved?, by Yogesh Singh
- Do #ifdef-based Variation Points Realize Feature Model Constraints?, by Alcemir Rodrigues Santos, Eduardo Santana de Almeida
- Improving Systematic Mapping Reviews, by Alberto Sampaio
- Environment Modeling Using Runtime Values for JPF-Android, by Heila van der Merwe, Oksana Tkachuk, Sean Nel, Brink van der Merwe, Willem Visser
- Distributed Assertion Checking Using Symbolic Execution, by Guowei Yang, Quan Chau Dong Do, Junye Wen
- A Case Study on Executing Instrumented Code in Java PathFinder, by Karl Palmskog, Farah Hariri, Darko Marinov
- POM/JLEC: An Automatic Program Equivalence Checker for Java Enterprise Systems, by Phan Thi Thanh Huyen, Daisuke Shimbara, Shinya Sakaida, Hideto Ogawa
- Verification of Habanero Java Programs using Computation Graphs, by Radha Nakade, Eric Mercer
The book reviews in this issue are:
- Sams Teach Yourself Node.js in 24 Hours, written by George Ornbo, reviewed by William Del Ra
- Sams Teach Yourself Responsive Web Design in 24 Hours, written by Jennifer Kyrnin, reviewed by William Del Ra
- Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt, written by Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam, and Tushar Sharma, reviewed by Will Tracz
The letters and columns in this issue include the following:
- From the Chair - Nenad Medvidovic
- Letter from the Interim Editor: Free Bird - Will Tracz
- Top 10 Downloaded Articles
- Top 10 Most Cited Articles
- SIGSOFT and ACM Learning Webinars available on YouTube
- Announcement - iSOFT News
- Surfing the Net for Software Engineering Notes - Mark Doernhoefer
- Risks to the Public - Peter G. Neumann and contributors
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