Second International Workshop on Software Architecture and Metrics
Florence, Italy, May 16, 2015
Submission deadline: January 23, 2015
Software engineers of complex software systems face the challenge of how best to assess the achievement of quality attributes and other key drivers, how to reveal issues and risks early, and how to make decisions about architecture and system evolution. There is an increasing need to provide ongoing quantifiable insight into the quality of the system being developed to manage the pace of software delivery and technology churn.
Additionally, it is highly desirable to improve feedback between development and deployment through measurable means for intrinsic quality, value, and cost. While there is body of work focusing on code quality and metrics, their applicability at the design and architecture level and at scale are inconsistent and not proven. We are interested in exploring whether architecture can assist with better contextualizing existing system and code quality and metrics approaches. Furthermore, we ask do we need additional architecture-level metrics to make progress and whether something as complex and subtle as software architecture can be quantified.
The goal of this workshop is to discuss progress on architecture and metrics, measurement, and analysis; to gather empirical evidence on the use and effectiveness of metrics; and to identify priorities for a research agenda. The workshop addresses both academic researchers and industrial practitioners for an exchange of ideas and collaboration.
The workshop will be held in conjunction with the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2015), May 16-24, 2015 in Florence, Italy.
For more information and to participate, see the Call for Papers.