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2009
H. C. Benestad, B. C. D. Anda and E. Arisholm. Are We More Productive Now? Analyzing Change Tasks to Assess Productivity Trends During Software Evolution In Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE), Edited by S. Jablonski and L. A. Maciaszek. Elsevier, 2009.PDF icon Simula.SE.323.pdf (235.64 KB)
N. E. Holt, E. Arisholm and L. Briand. An Eclipse Plug-In for the Flattening of Concurrency and Hierarchy in UML State Machines. Simula Research Laboratory, 2009.
A. I. Wang and E. Arisholm. "The Effect of Task Order on the Maintainability of Object-Oriented Software." Information and Software Technology 51 (2009): 293-305.
J. E. Hannay, T. Dybå, E. Arisholm and D. I. K. Sjøberg. "The Effectiveness of Pair-Programming: a Meta-Analysis." Information and Software Technology 55 (2009): 1110-1122.
J. Hannay, E. Arisholm, H. Engvik and D. I. K. Sjøberg. "Effects of Personality on Pair Programming." IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 36 (2009): 61-80.PDF icon Simula.SE.305.pdf (607.42 KB)
F. O. Bjørnson, A. I. Wang and E. Arisholm. "Improving the Effectiveness of Root Cause Analysis in Post Mortem Analysis: a Controlled Experiment." Information and Software Technology 51 (2009): 150-161.
E. Arisholm. "A Series of Controlled Experiments on Software Maintenance." In Simula Research Laboratory - by thinking constantly about it, edited by A. Tveito, A. M. Bruaset and O. Lysne, 459-479. Heidelberg: Springer, 2009.
J. W. Dzidek, E. Arisholm and L. C. Briand. A Systematic Review on the Effects of UML during the Maintenance of Object-Oriented Software. Simula Research Laboratory, 2009.
H. C. Benestad, B. C. D. Anda and E. Arisholm. "Understanding Software Maintenance and Evolution by Analyzing Individual Changes: a Literature Review." Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution: Research and Practice 21 (2009): 349-378.

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