Journal Publications

  1. Nayebi, M., Ruhe, G., & Zimmermann, T. (2019) “Mining Treatment-Outcome Constructs from Sequential Software Data”, IEEE Transaction of Software Engineering (TSE), in press. [PDF][Tool Support]
  2. Nayebi, M., Dicke, Ittyipe, R., Ruhe, G., Carlson, C. (2019) “ESSMArT Way to Manage User Requests”, Empirical Software Engineering Journal (EMSE) [PDF].
  3. Wagner, S., Fernández, D. M., Felderer, M., Vetró, A., Kalinowski, M., Wieringa, R, Nayebi, M., et al. (2018) “Status Quo in Requirements Engineering: A Theory and a Global Family of Surveys”, ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM), Vol 28, pp 9-32.
  4. Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2018). “Asymmetric Release Planning, Compromising Customers’ Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction”, IEEE Transaction of Software Engineering (TSE), Vol 5., pp. 839-857. [PDF]
  5. Dekhtyar, A., Hayes, J, Nayebi, M., et al. “Requirements Engineering (RE) for Social Good: RE Cares [Requirements].” IEEE Software, Vol 36.1, 2019, pp 86-94.
  6. Nayebi, M., Cho, H., Ruhe, G. (2018). “App Store Mining Is Not Enough for App Improvement”. Empirical Software Engineering Journal (EMSE), pp 1-31.
  7. Nayebi, M., Kabeer, S. J., Ruhe, G., Carlson, C., & Chew, F. (2018). “Hybrid Labels Are the New Measure!”. IEEE Software, 35(1), 54-57.
  8. Mendez, D., Wagner, S., Kalinowski, M., Felderer, M., Nayebi, M., & et al. (2016) “Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering: Contemporary Problems, Causes, and Effects in Practice.”, PP. 2298-2338,  Empirical Software Engineering Journal (EMSE).
  9. Maalej, W., Nayebi, M., Johan, T., Ruhe, G., (2016). “Toward Data Driven Requirement Engineering”, Software, IEEE, vol.33, no.1, pp. 48-54.

Conference Publications

  1. Nayebi, M. (2020) “Eye of the Mind: Image Processing for Social Coding”, International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), To appear. [PDF]
  2. Hashemi, Y., Nayebi, M., Antoniol, G., (2020) “Documentation of Machine Learning Software”, 27th International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering (SANER), to appear. [PDF]
  3. Perrie, J., Nayebi, M., Xie, J., Fokaefs, M., Stroulia, E., Lyons, K. (2019), “City on the River: Visualizing Temporal Collaboration”, 29th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (CASCON), pp. 82-91.     
  4. Nayebi, M., Cai, Y., Kazman, R., Ruhe, G., Feng, Q., Carlson, C., Chew, F., (2019) “A Longitudinal Study of Identifying and Paying Down Architectural Debt”, International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), pp. 171-180. [PDF]    
  5. Nayebi, M., Kuznetsov, K., Chen, P., Zeller, A., Ruhe, G. (2018), “Anatomy of Functionality Deletions — An Exploratory Study in Mobile Apps”, International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR), pp 243–253.  
  6. Nayebi, M. (2018) “Data Driven Requirements Engineering: Implications for the Community.” IEEE 26th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), pp 439-441.   
  7. Hayes, J., Nayebi, M., Dekhtyar, A.,Paech, B (2018) “RE Cares’ 18: First RE Cares Workshop and Event-RE Cares About Giving Back to Alberta”, IEEE 26th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), pp 436-438.     
  8. Nayebi, M., Marbouti, M., Quapp, R., Ruhe, G., & Maurer, F. (2017). “Crowdsourced Exploration of Mobile App Features: A Case Study of the Fort Mcmurray Wildfire”. In the 39th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), pp. 57-66.   
  9. Nayebi, M., Cho, H., Farrahi, H., & Ruhe, G. (2017). “App Store Mining Is Not Enough”. In the 39th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), pp. 152-154.   
  10. Nayebi, M., Farrahi, H., & Ruhe, G. (2017). “Which Version Should be Released to App Store?”. In International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM), pp. 324-333. 
  11. Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2017). “Optimized Functionality for Super Mobile Apps”. In 25th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), pp. 388-393.    
  12. Ruhe, G., Nayebi, M., & Ebert, C. (2017). “The Vision: Requirements Engineering in Society”. In 25th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), pp. 478-479.  
  13. Kabeer, S. J., Nayebi, M., Ruhe, G., Carlson, C., & Chew, F. (2017). “Predicting the Vector Impact of Change-An Industrial Case Study at Brightsquid”. In International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM), pp. 131-140.  
  14. Alam, A., Didar, S. M., Nayebi, M., Pfahl, D., & Ruhe, G. (2017). “A Two-staged Survey on Release Readiness”. In the 21st International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE), pp. 374-383.   
  15. Hemmati, A., Carlson, C., Nayebi, M., Ruhe, G., & Saunders, C. (2017). “Analysis of Software Service Usage in Healthcare Communication Services”. In International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security (QRS), pp. 565-566.    
  16. Hargreaves, I., Roth, D., Karim, M. R., Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2017). “Effective Customer Relationship Management at ATB Financial: A Case Study on Industry-Academia Collaboration in Data Analytics”. In Highlighting the Importance of Big Data Management and Analysis for Various Applications, pp. 45-59. Springer.   
  17. Nayebi, M., Farrahi, H., & Ruhe, G. (2016). “Analysis of marketed versus not-marketed mobile app releases”. In the 4th International Workshop on Release Engineering, pp. 1-4, FSE, Seattle.   
  18. Nayebi, M., Farrahi, H., Lee, A., Cho, H., & Ruhe, G. (2016). “More insight from being more focused: analysis of clustered market apps”. In the International Workshop on App Market Analytics, pp. 30-36, FSE, Seattle.    
  19. Nayebi, M., Adams, B., & Ruhe, G. (2016). “Release Practices for Mobile Apps–What do Users and Developers Think?”. In 23rd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering (SANER), Vol. 1, pp. 552-562. [PDF]
  20. Nayebi, M., Ruhe, G., Mota, R. C., & Mufti, M. (2015). “Analytics for Software Project Management–Where are We and Where do We Go?”. 30th International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE) Workshop, pp. 18-21.  
  21. Nayebi, M., & Wnuk, K. (2015). “Summary of the 1st international workshop on open innovation in software engineering (OISE 2015)”. In the 2015 International Conference on Software and System Process (ICSSP), pp. 183-184.   
  22. Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2014). “An open innovation approach in support of product release decisions”. In the 7th International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering, pp. 64-71.     
  23. Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2014). “Analytical open innovation for value-optimized service portfolio planning”. In International Conference of Software Business (ICSOB), pp. 273-288.

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters

  1. Ruhe, G., & Nayebi, M. (2016). “What counts is decisions, not numbers — Toward an analytics design sheet”. In Perspectives on Data Science for Software Engineering, pp. 111-114.
  2. Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2016). “Analytical product release planning”. In The Art and Science of Analyzing Software Data, pp. 555-589.
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