Software and IT measurement are keys for successfully managing and controlling software development projects. Data analytics and measurement are essential for both business and engineering. They enrich scientific and technical knowledge regarding both the practice of software development and empirical research in software technology. The conference focuses on all aspects of software measurement and data analytics.
The main ingredients for the IWSM Mensura 2016 conference in Berlin are available:
25 paper presentations
6 industry presentations
See the program page for more details.
The Value of DATA
This year focus is the Value of Data. How to maximize the value for an organization from making use of data from their software applications and systems. The trend towards digitization also dramati-cally increases the amount of data that becomes available. The value of a company is increasingly hid-den in its data and can only be exploited fully if these are used efficiently along the entire value chain. Big data becomes an important keyword to deal with. The conference also focuses on novel approaches and innovative ideas on how to optimize existing products and processes making use of data as well as using Big Data as an enabler for new application cases.
In 2016 the IWSM Mensura conference will be back in Berlin. This year the conference will be organized by the DASMA. The conference venue will be:
Berlin School of Economics and Law
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About IWSM Mensura
The IWSM Mensura conference is the result of the joining of forces of the International Workshop on Software Measurement and the International Conference on Software Process and Product Measurement. Together they form the conference where new ideas from the world of academic research meet practical improvements from industry on topics of measuring software.
Each year practitioners and researchers from all over the world gather together to learn about new developments, test new ideas and exchange possible new solutions and applications. more
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