WETICE 2004 Evaluating Collaborative Enterprises (ECE) Workshop - Final report

Nutter, David and Boldyreff, Cornelia (2004) WETICE 2004 Evaluating Collaborative Enterprises (ECE) Workshop - Final report. In: 13th IEEE International Workshops on Enabling Technologies (WETICE 2004), Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises, 14-16 Jun 2004, Modena, Italy.

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Abstract

A summary of the fifth Evaluating Collaborative Enterprises (ECE)
workshop which ran on June 14th at University of Modena, Italy. The
overall theme of the workshop this year was evaluation within the
software lifecyle rather than as a separate activity. Each of the
five papers touched on this subject and the subsequent winner of
Best Paper covered it thoroughly.

Concerns about the level of interactivity within the workshop and
WETICE itself prompted a format change to ``paired-paper'' sessions
with plenty of discussion time.

Several outstanding issus were identified during the discussion,
including development of ``evaluation components'' alongside
software components, the need to convince managers of the business
case for evaluation and meta-evaluation of popular techniques with a
view to avoiding studies that select inappropriate techniques or
rely too heavily on one type of technique.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information:A summary of the fifth Evaluating Collaborative Enterprises (ECE) workshop which ran on June 14th at University of Modena, Italy. The overall theme of the workshop this year was evaluation within the software lifecyle rather than as a separate activity. Each of the five papers touched on this subject and the subsequent winner of Best Paper covered it thoroughly. Concerns about the level of interactivity within the workshop and WETICE itself prompted a format change to ``paired-paper'' sessions with plenty of discussion time. Several outstanding issus were identified during the discussion, including development of ``evaluation components'' alongside software components, the need to convince managers of the business case for evaluation and meta-evaluation of popular techniques with a view to avoiding studies that select inappropriate techniques or rely too heavily on one type of technique.
Keywords:Evaluating Collaborative Enterprises (ECE)
Subjects:G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G400 Computer Science
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:22
Deposited By: Bev Jones
Deposited On:29 Oct 2004
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:21

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