* ICSE 2018 *
Sun 27 May - Sun 3 June 2018 Gothenburg, Sweden
Thu 31 May 2018 12:00 - 12:20 at H1 room - Communities and Ecosystems Chair(s): Alexander Serebrenik

Context: Collaborative Model-Driven Software Engineering (MDSE) consists of methods and techniques where multiple stakeholders manage, collaborate, and are aware of each others’ work on shared models. Objective: Collaborative MDSE is attracting research efforts from different areas, resulting in a variegated scientific body of knowledge. This study aims at identifying, classifying, and understanding existing collaborative MDSE approaches. Method: We designed and conducted a systematic mapping study. Starting from over 3,000 potentially relevant studies, we applied a rigorous selection procedure resulting in 106 selected papers, further clustered into 48 primary studies along a time span of 19 years. We rigorously defined and applied a classification framework and extracted key information from each selected study for subsequent analysis. Results: Our analysis revealed the following main findings: (i) there is a growing scientific interest on collaborative MDSE in the last years; (ii) multi-view modeling, validation support, reuse, and branching are more rarely covered with respect to other aspects about collaborative MDSE; (iii) different primary studies focus differently on individual dimensions of collaborative MDSE (i.e., model management, collaboration, and communication); (iv) most approaches are language-specific, with a prominence of UML-based approaches; (v) few approaches support the interplay between synchronous and asynchronous collaboration. Conclusion: This study gives a solid foundation for classifying existing and future approaches for collaborative MDSE. Researchers and practitioners can use our results for identifying existing research/technical gaps to attack, better scoping their own contributions, or understanding existing ones.

Thu 31 May
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11:00 - 12:30
Communities and EcosystemsTechnical Papers / Journal first papers at H1 room
Chair(s): Alexander SerebrenikEindhoven University of Technology
11:00
20m
Talk
How Modern News Aggregators Help Development Communities Shape and Share Knowledge
Technical Papers
Maurício AnicheDelft University of Technology, Netherlands, Christoph TreudeThe University of Adelaide, Igor SteinmacherFederal University of Technology - Paraná / Northern Arizona University, Igor WieseFederal University of Technology - Paraná (UTFPR), Gustavo PintoUFPA, Margaret-Anne StoreyUniversity of Victoria, Marco GerosaNorthern Arizona University
Pre-print
11:20
20m
Talk
Adding Sparkle to Social Coding: An Empirical Study of Repository Badges in the npm Ecosystem
Technical Papers
Asher TrockmanUniversity of Evansville, Shurui ZhouCarnegie Mellon University, USA, Christian KaestnerCarnegie Mellon University, Bogdan VasilescuCarnegie Mellon University
Pre-print Media Attached
11:40
20m
Talk
"Was my contribution fairly reviewed?" A framework and an empirical study of fairness in Modern Code Reviews
Technical Papers
Daniel M. German, Gregorio RoblesUniversidad Rey Juan Carlos, Germán Poo-Caamaño, Xin YangUnionbigdata.com, Hajimu Iida, Katsuro InoueOsaka University
Pre-print File Attached
12:00
20m
Talk
Collaborative Model-Driven Software Engineering: a Classification Framework and a Research Map
Journal first papers
Mirco FranzagoUniversity of L'Aquila, Italy, Ivano MalavoltaVrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Davide Di RuscioUniversity of L'Aquila, Henry MucciniUniversity of L'Aquila
Link to publication DOI Pre-print
12:20
10m
Talk
Q&A in groups
Technical Papers