Dr. Karl Beecher

Karl is a researcher with the AGSE (Software Engineering Workgroup).

Takustr. 9 — Room 008
14195 Berlin

Phone: +49 30 838 75242
Fax: +49 30 838 75218
Email: karl.beecher [at] fu-berlin.de

Main Duties

Karl's main role is Chief Architect of the Saros project, in addition to his role as a co-ordinator.

Recent Publications

  • Lutz Prechelt, Karl Beecher. Four Generic Issues for Tools-as-Plugins Illustrated by the Distributed Editor Saros. 1st Workshop on Developing Tools as Plug-ins (TOPI '11), Waikiki, Honolulu, USA, May 2011.
  • Stephan Salinger, Christopher Oezbek, Karl Beecher, Julia Schenk. Saros: An Eclipse plug-in for distributed party programming. CHASE 2010 Workshop, co-located with 2010 IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering, Cape Town, South Africa, 2010.
  • Karl Beecher. Evolution in Free Software: A Study of Multiple Repositories. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Lincoln, UK, 2009.
  • Andrea Capiluppi and Karl Beecher. Structural Complexity and Decay in FLOSS Systems: An Inter-Repository Study. Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2009.
  • Karl Beecher, Andrea Capiluppi and Cornelia Boldyreff. Identifying exogenous drivers and evolutionary stages in FLOSS projects. Journal of Systems and Software, 82, pp. 739 — 750, Elsevier, May 2009.
  • Andrea Capiluppi, Cornelia Boldyreff, Karl Beecher and Paul Adams. Quality Factors and Coding Standards: A Comparison Between Forges. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science (Proceedings of the 2nd SQM Workshop, co-located with the 12th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, Athens, Greece), vol. 233, March 2009.
  • Karl Beecher, Cornelia Boldyreff, Andrea Capiluppi and Stephen Rank. Evolutionary Success of Open Source Software: an Investigation into Exogenous Drivers. Electronic Communications of the EASST: ERCIM Symposium on Software Evolution, 17(8), 2008.
  • Karl Beecher, Cornelia Boldyreff, Andrea Capiluppi and Stephen Rank. Evolutionary success of Open Source software: an investigation into exogenous drivers, Proceedings of the EVOL Workshop, co-located with 2007 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance, Paris, France, 2007.

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