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Damasceno, Melo and Strüber (2021)

In this paper, we discuss our initial thoughts on how our MoDELS'21 methodology can adapted to cope with multi-criteria prioritization principles for ranking research practices.

  • Title: "Towards Multi-Criteria Prioritization of Best Practices in Research Artifact Sharing"
  • Authors: Carlos Diego Nascimento Damasceno; Isotilia Costa Melo; Daniel Strüber
  • Year: 2021
  • Venue: OpenScienSE'21: 1st Workshop on Open Science Practices for Software Engineering (OpenScienSE)
  • Type: Emerging Results Paper

This paper openly available on Zenodo and in the SBC-OpenLib. For more information, visit one of the links below.

Damasceno and Strüber (2021)

This is the first paper derived from this project which discusses how quality management principles can support artifact authoring and sharing.

  • Title: "Quality Guidelines for Research Artifacts in Model-Driven Engineering."
  • Authors: Carlos Diego Nascimento Damasceno and Daniel Strüber
  • Year: 2021
  • Venue: MoDELS'21: ACM/IEEE 24th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
  • Type: Full Research Paper (Foundations track)

This paper also has a research artifact which is versioned on GitHub and archived on Zenodo. For more information, visit one of the links below.

Related Work

Saaty and Vargas (2012)

  • Saaty, T. L. and Vargas, L. G. (2012). Models, Methods, Concepts & Applications of the Analytic Hierarchy Process, volume 175 of International Series in Operations Research & Management Science. Springer US.

N. R. Tague (2005)

  • N. R. Tague, The quality toolbox, 2nd ed. Milwaukee, Wis: ASQ Quality Press, 2005.

PMBOK (2017)

  • Project Management Institute, Ed., A guide to the project management body of knowledge / Project Management Institute (PMBOK/PMI), Sixth edition. Newtown Square, PA: PMI, 2017.