The 17th International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement

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The preliminary program is as below. Download the printable version of the program here. The program is subsequently updated with conference presentation schedule.

Monday November 21st, 2016: Conference Pre-reception

19:00-21:00

Conference Pre-reception held in the Main Conference Hotel Scandic Nidelven

Tuesday November 22nd, 2016: Tutorials and Workshops – Software Industry Day

Track 1: Innovation and Speed Track 2: Software Security Track 3: Software Quality Track 4: Regulated Software Track 5: DEVOPS and Lean Startups Track 6: Continuous Deployment Track 7: Human factors in Software Development Track 8: Doctoral symposium
Room TRONDHJEMSALEN 1 STRINDA ILSVIKA GRÅKALLEN MUNKHOLMEN TYHOLT LIAN FESTNINGEN
Morning (08:00-09:00) Registration
Morning (09:00-12:00) T1: Design Thinking for Software Innovations – a crash course in rough physical prototyping (Martin Steinert, Federico Lozano and Matilde Bisballe) T3: Practical Software Security in a Continuously Deploying World (Martin Gilje Jaatun and Inger Anne Tøndel) T4: Risk-Based Software Testing: Increasing Effectiveness and Efficiency in Testing (Michael Felderer and Rudolf Ramler) T6: Experience from integrating Agile development with process standards like ASPICE and ISO 26262 (Even-Andre Karlsson) T8: Creating Champions and battling Dragons – how to create a DevOps culture (Pål Thomassen and Ingrid Sorgendal) T10: Hands on with Docker (Mike Long)

Workshop on Human Factors in Software Development Processes: Measuring System Quality

Doctoral symposium

Afternoon (13:00-16:00) T2: Continuous Experimentation: Accelerating Innovation through Highly Effective Experiments (Jürgen Münch) T5: Architecture Evaluation – threat or opportunity (Even-Andre Karlsson) T7: Safe Scrum (Geir Kjetil Hanssen, Thor Myklebust, Tor Stålhane and Børge Haugset) T9: Lean startups in established companies: How to make it really happen and how to avoid common pitfalls (Nils Brede Moe and Tone Merethe Aasen) T11: User centric cloud computing  (Hogne Titlestad and Thomas Wollburg)
Evening(19:00-22:00) Conference Reception @NTNU. Bus pickup from the hotel at 18:30

Wednesday November 23rd, 2016: Main Conference

Time\ Track Track 1
Room:TRONDHJEMSALEN 1
Track 2
Room:GRÅKALLEN
Track 3
Room: MUNKHOLMEN
8:00 – 8:30 Registration
8:30 – 9:00 Conference opening
9:00 – 10:00 Keynote (Mikko J. Terho, Huawei)
10:00-10:30 BREAK
10:30 – 12:00
Session 1.1: Early Phases in Software Engineering
Chair: Prof. Jürgen Münch
Eight Paths of Innovations in a Lean Startup Manner: A Case Study by Mikko Raatikainen, Marko Komssi, Harri Kiljander, Laura Hokkanen, Jukka Märijärvi and Omar Mohout
On the Distinction of Functional and Quality Requirements in Practice by Jonas Eckhardt, Andreas Vogelsang and Daniel Méndez Fernández
A Survey on Software Release Planning Models by David Ameller, Carles Farré, Xavier Franch and Guillem Rufian
Session 2.1: Organizational Models
Chair: Asst. Prof. Maria Teresa
No More Bosses? A multi-case study on the emerging use of non-hierarchical principles in large-scale software development by Helena Holmström Olsson and Jan Bosch
A Power Perspective on Software Ecosystem Partnerships by George Valença, Carina Alves and Slinger Jansen
Supporting management of hybrid OSS communnities – A stake-holder analysis approach by Hanna Mäenpää, Tero Kojo, Terhi Kilamo, Myriam Munezero, Mikko Nur-minen, Tomi Männistö and Fabian Fagerholm
Session 3.1: Requirements and Quality
Chair: Dr. Anh Nguyen Duc
An Industrial Case Study on Measuring the Quality of the Requirements Scoping Process by Krzysztof Wnuk, Markus Borg and Sardar Muhammad Sulaman
Quality Rule Violations in SharePoint Applications: An Empirical Study in Industry by Apostolos Ampatzoglou, Paris Avgeriou, Thom Koenders, Pascal van Alphen and Ioannis Stamelos
Quality Assurance of Requirements Artifacts in Practice: A Case Study and a Process Proposal by Henning Femmer, Benedikt Hauptmann, Sebastian Eder and Dagmar Moser
Commodity Eats Innovation for Breakfast: A Model for Differentiating Feature Realization by Aleksander Fabijan, Helena Holmström Olsson and Jan Bosch
12:00 – 13:00 Keynote (Hogne Titlestad, Friend Software Labs)
13:00 – 14:00 LUNCH
14:00 – 15:30
Session 1.2: Architecture
Chair: Assc. Prof. Helena Holmström Olsson
A Process Framework for Designing Software Reference Architec-tures for providing Tools as a Service by Muhammad Aufeef Chauhan, Muhammad Ali Babar and Christian W. Probst
Should We Adopt a New Version of a Standard? — A Method and its Evaluation on AUTOSAR by Corrado Motta, Darko Durisic and Miroslaw Staron
Choreography Modelling Language for the Embedded Systems Domain -Empirical Evaluation and Lessons Learned by Nebojsa Tausan, Jari Lehto, Jouni Markkula, Pasi Kuvaja and Markku Oivo
Session 2.2: Verification and Validation I
Chair: PD Dr. Michael Felderer
Is Mutation Testing Ready to be Adopted Industry-Wide? by Jakub Možucha and Bruno Rossi
An Effective Verification Strategy for Testing Distributed Automotive Embedded Software Functions: A Case Study by Annapurna Chunduri, Robert Feldt and Mikael Adenmark
Problems and Solutions in Mobile Application Testing by Triin Samuel and Dietmar Pfahl
Session 3.2: Open space + Poster papers
Chair: Dr. Tanja Suomalainen, Dr. habil.Daniel Méndez

Gamification of Software Testing – an MLR by Mika Mäntylä and Kari Smolander
Internationally Distributed Software Development: On the Impact of Distance Based on a Case Study by Harri Sten, Hannu Jaakkola and Kari Systä
Using Scrum to Develop a Formal Model – An Experience Report by Marta Olszewska, Sergey Ostroumov and Marina Waldén
Towards Better Selection between Moving Windows and Growing Portfolio by Sousuke Amasaki and Chris Lokan
Assessing the behavior of Software Analysis Tools by Maria Tortorella, Lerina Aversano, Carmine Grasso and Pasquale Grasso
Driving Academic Spin-off by Software Development Process: A Case Study in Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte – Brazil by Claudia Ribeiro, Fellipe Aleixo and Marilia Freire
15:30 – 16:00 BREAK
16:00 – 17:30
Session 1.3: Process Improvement I
Chair: Dr. Daniela S. Cruzes
GQM+Strategies and IDEAL: A Combination of Approaches to Achieve Continuous Software Process Improvement by Gustavo Lopez, Alexia Pacheco, Francisco Cocozza, Diana Garbanzo, Brenda Aymerich and Gabriela Marin
On the Role of Software Quality Management in Software Process Improvement by Jan Jacobsen, Marco Kuhrmann, Jürgen Münch, Philipp Diebold and Mi-chael Felderer
Transitioning Towards Continuous Experimentation in a Large Software Product and Service Development Organisation – A Case Study by Sezin Gizem Yaman, Fabian Fagerholm, Myriam Munezero, Jürgen Münch, Mika Aaltola, Christina Palmu and Tomi Männistö
Session 2.3: Business Value and Benefits
Chair: Assc. Prof. Jingyue Li
The Developers Dilemma: Perfect Product Development or Fast Business Validation? by Henri Terho, Sampo Suonsyrjä and Kari Systä
Workshop-Based Corporate Foresight Process: a Case Study by Leila Saari, Raija Kuusela, Tanja Suomalainen and Tapio Hämeen-Anttila
DevOps Adoption Benefits and Challenges in Practice: A Case Study by Leah Riungu-Kalliosaari, Simo Mäkinen, Lucy Ellen Lwakatare, Juha Tii-honen and Tomi Männistö
Towards Continuous Customer Satisfaction and Experience Management: A Measurement Framework Design Case in Wireless B2B Industry by Petri Kettunen, Mikko Ämmälä, Tanja Sauvola, Susanna Teppola, Jari Par-tanen and Simo Rontti
Session 3.3: Speed and Agility in Systems Engineering I
Chair: Asst. Prof. Bruno Rossi
Continuous Integration Applied to Software-Intensive Embedded Systems – Problems and Experiences by Torvald Mårtensson, Daniel Ståhl and Jan Bosch
Exploring Norms in Agile Software Teams by Viktoria Stray, Tor Erlend Fægri and Nils Brede Moe
Forces That Prevent Agile Adoption in the Automotive Domain by Philipp Hohl, Jürgen Münch, Kurt Schneider and Michael Stupperich
Exploring IoT User Dimensions:
A multi-case study on user interactions in ‘Internet of Things’ Systems by Helena Holmström Olsson, Jan Bosch and Brian Katumba
17:30 – 18:15 Session 1.4: Plenary Poster Session
Chair: Dr. Tanja Suomalainen

Gamification of Software Testing – an MLR by Mika Mäntylä and Kari Smolander
Internationally Distributed Software Development: On the Impact of Distance Based on a Case Study by Harri Sten, Hannu Jaakkola and Kari Systä
Using Scrum to Develop a Formal Model – An Experience Report by Marta Olszewska, Sergey Ostroumov and Marina Waldén
Towards Better Selection between Moving Windows and Growing Portfolio by Sousuke Amasaki and Chris Lokan
Assessing the behavior of Software Analysis Tools by Maria Tortorella, Lerina Aversano, Carmine Grasso and Pasquale Grasso
Driving Academic Spin-off by Software Development Process: A Case Study in Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte – Brazil by Claudia Ribeiro, Fellipe Aleixo and Marilia Freire
19:15 – 23:00 Conference Gala Dinner

Thursday November 24th, 2016: Main Conference

Time\ Track Track 1
Room: TRONDHJEMSALEN 1
Track 2
Room: GRÅKALLEN
Track 3
Room: MUNKHOLMEN
8:00 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 10:00 Keynotes (Prof. Dag I.K. Sjøberg, University of Oslo)
10:00 – 11:00 Panel: Future of software and computing
11:00 – 11:30 BREAK
11:30 – 13:00
Session 1.5: Speed and Agility in System Engineering II
Chair: Prof. Karl Smulander
Relationship of DevOps to Agile, Lean and Continuous Deployment: A Multivocal Literature Review Study by Lucy Ellen Lwakatare, Pasi Kuvaja and Markku Oivo
Agile Practices, Collaboration and Experience – An Empirical Study about the Effect of Experience in Agile Software Development by Martin Kropp, Andreas Meier and Robert Biddle
A Multiple Case Study on the Architect’s Role in Scrum by Matthias Galster, Samuil Angelov, Marcel Meesters and Philipp Diebold
Session 2.4: Verification and Validation II
Chair: PD Dr. Michael Felderer
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Using Dependency Knowledge at Integration Testing by Sahar Tahvili, Markus Bohlin, Mehrdad Saadatmand, Stig Larsson, Wasif Afzal and Daniel Sundmark
Using Surveys and Web-Scraping to Select Tools for Software Testing Consultancy by Paivi Raulamo-Jurvanen, Kari Kakkonen and Mika Mäntylä
On the Need for a New Generation of Code Review Tools by Tobias Baum and Kurt Schneider
Open space
Chair: Dr. habil.Daniel Méndez
13:00 – 14:00 LUNCH
14:00 – 15:30
Session 1.6: Methods and Tools
Chair: Prof. Tommi Mikkonen
An ISO 26262 compliant design flow and tool for automotive multicore systems by Maria Trei, Salome Maro, Jan-Philipp Steghöfer and Thomas Peikenkamp
Evaluating a GUI Development Tool for Internet of Things and Android by Björn A. Johnsson, Boris Magnusson and Martin Höst
Application of GQM+Strategies in a Multi-industry State-owned Company by Gustavo Lopez, Brenda Aymerich, Diana Garbanzo and Alexia Pacheco
Session 2.5: Process and Repository Mining
Chair: Asst. Prof. Sousuke Amasaki
PROMOTE: A Process Mining Tool for Embedded System Development by Arttu Leppäkoski and Timo D. Hämäläinen
Evaluation of Kano-like Models Defined for Using Data Extracted from Online Sources by Huishi Yin and Dietmar Pfahl
Log File Analyzing in
Intelligent Transportation Systems Development by Esa Heikkinen and Timo D. Hämäläinen
On the Effectiveness of Vector-based Approach for Supporting Simultaneous Editing of Software Clones by Seiya Numata, Norihiro Yoshida, Eunjong Choi and Katsuro Inoue
Session 3.4: Process Improvement II
Chair: Dr. John Noll
Why do we do Software Process Improvement? Study on common-ly used goals in practice by Anna Schmitt and Philipp Diebold
Developing Processes to Increase Technical Debt Visibility and Manageability – An Action Research Study in Industry by Jesse Yli-Huumo, Andrey Maglyas, Kari Smolander, Johan Haller and Hannu Törnroos
Applying Social Network Analysis and Centrality Measures to Improve Information Flow Analysis by Stephan Kiesling, Jil Klünder, Diana Fischer, Kurt Schneider and Kai Fischbach
Design of Project Management Capabilities by Solvita Bērziša and Jānis Grabis
15:30 – 16:00 BREAK
16:00 – 16:45
Session 1.7: Future developments
Chair: Prof. Pekka Abrahamsson, Dr. Andreas Jedlitschka
The CRUSOE Framework: A Holistic Approach to Analysing Prerequisites for Continuous Software Engineering by Teemu Karvonen, Tanja Suomalainen, Marko Juntunen, Tanja Sauvola, Pasi Kuvaja and Markku Oivo
Software Development in the Post-PC Era: Towards Software Development as a Service by Sami Alajrami, Alexander Romanovsky and Barbara Gallina
16:45 – 17:15 Awards and Conference ending
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