Expositor:  Zheng Li, Departamento de Ingeniería Informática y Ciencias de la Computación

As the main methodology applied for evidence-based software engineering (EBSE), Systematic Literature Review (SLR) identifies, aggregates, examines, and synthesizes evidence to answer specific research questions in a standard and rigorous way. Given its almost “15-year” development and evolution, SLR has widely been accepted and employed not only in EBSE but also in Computing Science (and Engineering) in a broad sense. We all do literature reviews, then what is systematic literature review? In this talk I will give a brief explanation about what SLR is, together with why, when, and a little bit how to do it. If you agree that literature review is a prerequisite of unfolding any research topic, if you think discussions about related work need to be included in every paper, or if you are doing or planing to do a survey, then it will be worth coming for some takeaways.
Fecha:   Miércoles 4 de Abril de 2018
Hora:     12:00 a 13:00 horas
Lugar:    Auditorio 105

Anfitrión: Julio Godoy