Accepted Papers

ICSE-WSESE-3 – Jefferson Seide Molléri. Who’s actually being Studied? A Call for Population Analysis in Software Engineering Research

ICSE-WSESE-5 – Davide Fucci. FAIR enough: a Vision for Research Objects in Empirical Software Engineering Studies

ICSE-WSESE-6 – Bianca Minetto Napoleao, Ritika Sarkar, Sylvain Hallé, Fabio Petrillo and Marcos Kalinowski. Emerging Results on Automated Support for Searching and Selecting Evidence for Systematic Literature Review Updates

ICSE-WSESE-7 – Marvin Wyrich and Sven Apel. Evidence Tetris in the Pixelated World of Validity Threats

ICSE-WSESE-8 – Joel Castaño Fernández, Silverio Martínez-Fernández and Xavier Franch. Lessons Learned from Mining the Hugging Face Repository

ICSE-WSESE-9 – Kai Petersen, Jürgen Börstler, Nauman Bin Ali and Emelie Engstrom. Revisiting the construct and assessment of industrial relevance in software engineering research

ICSE-WSESE-10 – Per Runeson, Emma Söderberg and Martin Höst. A Conceptual Model and Recommendations for Open Data and Artifacts in Empirical Software Engineering

ICSE-WSESE-12 – Adam Alami, Mansooreh Zahedi and Neil Ernst. Are You a Real Software Engineer? Best Practices in Online Recruitment for Software Engineering Studies

ICSE-WSESE-14 – Sergio Rico. Insights Towards Better Case Study Reporting in Software Engineering

ICSE-WSESE-15 – Pilar Rodríguez. Grounded Theory in Software Engineering: Challenges and Lessons Learned from the Trenches

ICSE-WSESE-17 – Addi Malviya-Thakur and Audris Mockus. The Role of Data Filtering in Open Source Software Ranking and Selection

ICSE-WSESE-18 – Julian Frattini, Davide Fucci, Richard Torkar and Daniel Mendez. A Second Look at the Impact of Passive Voice Requirements on Domain Modeling: Bayesian Reanalysis of an Experiment

ICSE-WSESE-19 – Ronnie de Souza Santos and Kiev Gama. Hidden Populations in Software Engineering: Challenges, Lessons Learned, and Opportunities

ICSE-WSESE-21 – Marvin Wyrich, Marvin Muñoz Barón and Justus Bogner. Apples, Oranges, and Software Engineering: Study Selection Challenges for Secondary Research on Latent Variables