SERP-test: a taxonomy for supporting industry–academia communication

@article{Engstrm2016SERPtestAT,
  title={SERP-test: a taxonomy for supporting industry–academia communication},
  author={Emelie Engstr{\"o}m and K. Petersen and N. Ali and E. Bjarnason},
  journal={Software Quality Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={25},
  pages={1269-1305}
}
This paper presents the construction and evaluation of SERP-test, a taxonomy aimed to improve communication between researchers and practitioners in the area of software testing. SERP-test can be utilized for direct communication in industry academia collaborations. It may also facilitate indirect communication between practitioners adopting software engineering research and researchers who are striving for industry relevance. SERP-test was constructed through a systematic and goal-oriented… Expand
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