4th SEMAT Workshop on General Theory of Software Engineering (GTSE 2015)

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General theories explain the fundamental phenomena that constitute a research domain. They apply across a domain and often integrate many theories and concepts into a single cohesive view. While general theories are extremely important for education and research coordination, and common in many disciplines (e.g. sociology, criminology, electrical… (More)

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@article{Ralph20154thSW, title={4th SEMAT Workshop on General Theory of Software Engineering (GTSE 2015)}, author={Paul Ralph and Gregor Engels and Ivar Jacobson and Michael Goedicke}, journal={2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering}, year={2015}, volume={2}, pages={983-984} }