Iflaah Salman

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<i>Background</i>: Most of the experiments in software engineering (SE) employ students as subjects. This raises concerns about the realism of the results acquired through students and adaptability of the results to software industry. <i>Aim</i>: We compare students and professionals to understand how well students represent professionals as experimental(More)
  • Iflaah Salman
  • 2016 IEEE/ACM 38th International Conference on…
  • 2016
Humans are an integral entity for performing software quality and testing activities. The quality is compromised when human-thought process deviates from the laws of rational thinking, referred to as cognitive biases. The work carried out so far from this perspective in software quality and testing is very scarce and is limited to one cognitive bias only.(More)
One source of software project challenges and failures is the systematic errors introduced by human cognitive biases. Although extensively explored in cognitive psychology, investigations concerning cognitive biases have only recently gained popularity in software engineering (SE) research. This paper therefore systematically maps, aggregates and(More)
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