3rd Workshop on Empirical Evaluation of Software Composition Techniques (ESCOT 2012)
Empirical evaluation is a key activity to enable us to reach evidence and learn about the quality of our software artefacts. With aspect-oriented and related composition techniques, such as model composition techniques, collaboration languages, and feature-oriented programming, fast gaining wide attention in both research and industry environments, there is a pressing need to define proper assessment mechanisms, techniques, and methods to evaluate these new composition techniques.