Rachel Burrows
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An exploratory study of fault-proneness in evolving aspect-oriented programs
F Ferrari, R Burrows, O Lemos, A Garcia, E Figueiredo, N Cacho, F Lopes, ...
Proceedings of the 32nd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software …, 2010
An empirical evaluation of coupling metrics on aspect-oriented programs
R Burrows, FC Ferrari, A Garcia, F Taïani
Proceedings of the 2010 ICSE Workshop on Emerging Trends in Software Metrics …, 2010
Teaching motivational models in agile requirements engineering
AL Lorca, R Burrows, L Sterling
2018 IEEE 8th international workshop on requirements engineering education …, 2018
The impact of coupling on the fault-proneness of aspect-oriented programs: An empirical study
R Burrows, FC Ferrari, OAL Lemos, A Garcia, F Taïani
2010 IEEE 21st International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering …, 2010
A method for eliciting and representing emotional requirements: Two case studies in e-healthcare
K Taveter, L Sterling, S Pedell, R Burrows, EM Taveter
2019 IEEE 27th international requirements engineering conference workshops …, 2019
Coupling metrics for aspect-oriented programming: A systematic review of maintainability studies
R Burrows, A Garcia, F Taïani
Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering: 3rd and 4th …, 2010
Characterising faults in aspect-oriented programs: Towards filling the gap between theory and practice
FC Ferrari, R Burrows, OAL Lemos, A Garcia, JC Maldonado
2010 Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering, 50-59, 2010
Motivational modelling in software for homelessness: Lessons from an industrial study
R Burrows, A Lopez-Lorca, L Sterling, T Miller, A Mendoza, S Pedell
2019 IEEE 27th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 297-307, 2019
A model-driven infrastructure for developing product line architectures using cvl
AS Nascimento, CMF Rubira, R Burrows, F Castor
2013 VII Brazilian Symposium on Software Components, Architectures and Reuse …, 2013
Reasoning about faults in aspect-oriented programs: a metrics-based evaluation
R Burrows, F Taïani, A Garcia, FC Ferrari
2011 IEEE 19th International Conference on Program Comprehension, 131-140, 2011
Emotional attachment framework for people-oriented software
M Sherkat, A Mendoza, T Miller, R Burrows
arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.08171, 2018
A systematic review of design diversity-based solutions for fault-tolerant soas
AS Nascimento, CMF Rubira, R Burrows, F Castor
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Evaluation and …, 2013
Designing fault-tolerant SOA based on design diversity
AS Nascimento, CMF Rubira, R Burrows, F Castor, PHS Brito
Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development 2, 1-36, 2014
Influencing behaviour by modelling user values: energy consumption
R Burrows, P Johnson, H Johnson
2nd International Workshop on Behaviour Change Support Systems, PERSUASIVE'2014, 2014
Evaluating ask izzy: A mobile web app for people experiencing homelessness
R Burrows, A Mendoza, L Sterling, T Miller, S Pedell
Proceedings of 17th European conference on computer-supported cooperative work, 2019
Influencing Values, Attitudes and Behaviour via Interactive and Social-Media Technology: The Case of Energy Usage
R Burrows, H Johnson, P Johnson
Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, 2013
The social distribution of the homelessness experience
R Burrows
Homelessness and social policy, 50-68, 1997
Emotional factors for teleaudiology
L Sterling, R Burrows, B Barnet, S Taffe, R McDonald
Tele-Audiology and the Optimization of Hearing Healthcare Delivery, 1-18, 2019
An experimental setup to assess design diversity of functionally equivalent services
AS Nascimento, F Castor, CMF Rubira, R Burrows
16th International Conference on Evaluation & Assessment in Software …, 2012
Technology for societal change: evaluating a mobile app addressing the emotional needs of people experiencing homelessness
R Burrows, A Mendoza, S Pedell, L Sterling, T Miller, A Lopez-Lorca
Health Informatics Journal 28 (4), 14604582221146720, 2022
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