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    • ISSN: 2301-3559
    • Frequency: Quarterly
    • DOI: 10.18178/LNSE
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Prof. Jemal Antidze
I. Vekua Scientific Institute of Applied Mathematics
Tbilisi State University, Georgia
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LNSE 2013 Vol.1(1): 112-116 ISSN:2301-3559
DOI: 10.7763/LNSE.2013.V1.25

Traditional and Systematic Review of Critic Taxonomy Development

Norhayati Mohd Ali and Salmi Baharom

Abstract—Undertaking a review of literature is an essential task of any research project. In earlier work we developed a critic taxonomy based on a traditional review of critic literature. The development of the proposed critic taxonomy is to support critic developers in identifying, categorizing, developing and deploying critiquing tools in various domains. Critiquing tools (or known as critiquing systems) are about providing proactive guidelines or recommendations for improvement to designs, code, models, and other digital artifacts. However, a sufficient empirical evidence to detail that the groups defined in the critic taxonomy have a strong dependency has not been performed in the earlier research work. Thus, this paper aims to propose an empirical evidence approach to investigate and assess the dependency that might exist in the critic taxonomy. A systematic literature review (SLR) is selected in order to provide the best available evidence to answer the dependency of groups defined in the proposed critic taxonomy. This paper presents the process of systematic review to obtain relevant and reliable critics literature in software engineering. The systematic review protocol describes the scope of the search and the steps involved in critic tool selection.

Index Terms—Critic taxonomy, critiquing tools, systematic review

The authors are with the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, 43400, Selangor, Malaysia. (e-mail: hayati@fsktm.upm.edu.my, salmi@fsktm.upm.edu.my ).

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Cite: Norhayati Mohd Ali and Salmi Baharom, "Traditional and Systematic Review of Critic Taxonomy Development," Lecture Notes on Software Engineering  vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 112-116, 2013.

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