Conducting empirical studies in industry: Balancing rigor and relevance

@article{Jain2013ConductingES,
  title={Conducting empirical studies in industry: Balancing rigor and relevance},
  author={Shilpi Jain and Muhammad Ali Babar and Jude Fernandez},
  journal={2013 1st International Workshop on Conducting Empirical Studies in Industry (CESI)},
  year={2013},
  pages={9-14}
}
Empirical Software Engineering research has achieved considerable results in building our knowledge about selecting and applying appropriate empirical methods for technology evaluation. Empirical studies in general and empirical studies in industrial settings in particular have played an important role in successful transition of many Software Engineering technologies to industry, for example, defect detection techniques and automated test cases. However, conducting empirical research in… CONTINUE READING

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