O artigo ESEML - Empirical Software Engineering Modeling Language, de autoria de Dhiego Abrantes e Vinicius Cardoso Garcia, membros do grupo ASSERT, em parceria com Bruno Cartaxo, Ítalo Costa, André Santos, Sérgio Soares publicaram um artigo no 12th Workshop on Domain-Specific Modeling - DSM 2012 que ocorre em conjunto com o SPLASH’2012 (ACM Conference on Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications: Software for Humanity).
O abstract do artigo relata…
New processes, patterns, structures, tools, languages, and practices are being proposed for software development, but technology transfer is hard to achieve. One of the objectives of empirical studies is easing technology transfer from academy to industry. On the other hand, there are a number of issues that hinder the application of empirical studies, more specifically, controlled experiments. This paper defines a visual DSL for modeling controlled experiments supporting researchers that are not experts in such study. By using the language, the researcher is guided to define the elements of an experimental plan and connections, which is automatically generated, resulting a complete document of experimental plan. The proposed environment assists the definition of controlled experiments, increasing empirical evaluation of the proposed technologies. More specifically, the current version of our proposal generates the experimental plan from the experiment model defined using the DSL.
A apresentação do artigo foi feita pelo professor Sérgio Soares, com colaboração de André Santos, que foram participar do evento.
Parabéns aos autores, em especial a Sérgio pela brilhante apresentação!