His primary areas of study are Software engineering, Software development, Social software engineering, Software and Empirical process. His Software engineering research includes themes of Software inspection, Correctness, Pair programming, Software metric and Software walkthrough. His work deals with themes such as Knowledge management, Software bug, Overhead and Data science, which intersect with Software development.
His Social software engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Personal software process, Software Engineering Process Group and Software requirements. His Software study incorporates themes from Parallel programming model, Concurrent computing and Component. Empirical process and Empirical research are two areas of study in which Forrest Shull engages in interdisciplinary work.
Forrest Shull focuses on Software engineering, Software, Software development, Software quality and Empirical research. His studies deal with areas such as Software inspection, Software system, Software metric, Software construction and Software development process as well as Software engineering. The Software study combines topics in areas such as Technical report and Data science.
His study in Social software engineering, Personal software process, Software walkthrough, Empirical process and Software requirements is carried out as part of his studies in Software development. In Social software engineering, Forrest Shull works on issues like Software Engineering Process Group, which are connected to Engineering management. His Software measurement study, which is part of a larger body of work in Software quality, is frequently linked to Reuse, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Forrest Shull mainly investigates Software, Software quality, Technical debt, Software engineering and Software development. His study in the fields of Software system under the domain of Software overlaps with other disciplines such as Point. Forrest Shull has included themes like Software verification and validation, Software construction and Reliability engineering in his Software quality study.
His work carried out in the field of Technical debt brings together such families of science as Software maintenance, Risk analysis and Code smell. In his papers, Forrest Shull integrates diverse fields, such as Software engineering and Current. His study involves Personal software process, Social software engineering and Software peer review, a branch of Software development.
Forrest Shull mainly focuses on Technical debt, Software, Software maintenance, Data science and Code smell. His Technical debt research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Position paper, Decision engineering, Business decision mapping, Project portfolio management and Analytic hierarchy process. His Capability Maturity Model Integration study in the realm of Software interacts with subjects such as Product.
His study with Software maintenance involves better knowledge in Software development. His Data science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Data modeling, Software engineering and Machine learning, Cluster analysis, Artificial intelligence. Forrest Shull integrates Software engineering and Construct in his studies.
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Building knowledge through families of experiments
V.R. Basili;F. Shull;F. Lanubile.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1999)
The empirical investigation of perspective-based reading
Victor R. Basili;Scott Green;Oliver Laitenberger;Forrest Shull.
Empirical Software Engineering (1995)
Guide to Advanced Empirical Software Engineering
Forrest Shull;Janice Singer;Dag I.K. Sjøberg.
Empirical Findings in Agile Methods
Mikael Lindvall;Victor R. Basili;Barry W. Boehm;Patricia Costa.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2002)
Detecting defects in object-oriented designs: using reading techniques to increase software quality
Guilherme Travassos;Forrest Shull;Michael Fredericks;Victor R. Basili.
conference on object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications (1999)
The role of replications in Empirical Software Engineering
Forrest J. Shull;Jeffrey C. Carver;Sira Vegas;Natalia Juristo.
Empirical Software Engineering (2008)
What we have learned about fighting defects
F. Shull;V. Basili;B. Boehm;A.W. Brown.
ieee international software metrics symposium (2002)
An empirical methodology for introducing software processes
Forrest Shull;Jeffrey Carver;Guilherme H. Travassos.
foundations of software engineering (2001)
How perspective-based reading can improve requirements inspections
F. Shull;I. Rus;V. Basili.
IEEE Computer (2000)
Using the ISO/IEC 9126 product quality model to classify defects: A controlled experiment
Antonio Vetro;Nico Zazworka;Carolyn B. Seaman;Forrest Shull.
evaluation and assessment in software engineering (2012)
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