Applying Systematic Reviews to Diverse Study Types: An Experience Report

Abstract

Systematic reviews are one of the key building blocks of evidence-based software engineering. Current guidelines for such reviews are, for a large part, based on standard meta-analytic techniques. However, such quantitative techniques have only limited applicability to software engineering research. In this paper, therefore, we describe our experience with an approach to combine diverse study types in a systematic review of empirical research of agile software development.

DOI: 10.1109/ESEM.2007.59

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@article{Dyb2007ApplyingSR, title={Applying Systematic Reviews to Diverse Study Types: An Experience Report}, author={Tore Dyb{\aa} and Torgeir Dings\oyr and Geir Kjetil Hanssen}, journal={First International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM 2007)}, year={2007}, pages={225-234} }