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Protocols

Experimental protocols form the research plans for empirical studies, and are an important resource for anyone who is planning to undertake a study or considering performing any form of replication study.

  • Protocol for an Experimental Study of the use of Structured Abstracts: Version 1.3.3
    David Budgen, Barbara Kitchenham, Stuart Charters, Mark Turner, Pearl Brereton, Stephen Linkman
    2007
  • Protocol for a Systematic Literature Review of the Technology Acceptance Model and its Predictive Capabilities
    Mark Turner and Stuart Charters
    2007
  • Protocol for a Systematic Literature Review of Motivation in Software Engineering
    Sarah Beecham, Nathan Baddoo, Tracy Hall, Hugh Robinson, and Helen Sharp
    2006
  • Review Protocol – Agile Software Development
    Tore Dyba
    2008
  • Protocol for Systematic Review of Within- and Cross-Company Estimation Models
    Barbara Kitchenham, Emilia Mendes, Guilherme Travassos
    2006
  • Protocol for a Tertiary study of Systematic Literature Reviews and Evidence-based Guidelines in IT and Software Engineering
    Barbara Kitchenham, Pearl Brereton, David Budgen, Mark Turner, John Bailey and Stephen Linkman
    2007
  • Systematic review protocol: Reasons for (not) adopting CMM(I)-based SPI
    Mark Staples and Mahmood Niazi
    2009
  • Protocol for the empirical study of structured abstracts
    Barbara Kitchenham, Pearl Brereton, David Budgen, Mark Turner, Stuart Charters and Stephen Linkman
    2006
  • Protocol for Extending an existing Tertiary study of Systematic Literature Reviews in Software Engineering
    Barbara A. Kitchenham, O. Pearl Brereton, David Budgen
    2008
  • EPIC Case Study 2 – Extension of a Tertiary Study
    Barbara Kitchenham, O. Pearl Brereton, Mark Turner
    2008
  • Teaching Novices Programming Using Robotics
    Louis Major
    2010