[J1] Nayebi, M., Ruhe, G., & Zimmermann, T. (2019). “Mining Treatment-Outcome Constructs from Sequential Software Engineering Data", IEEE Transaction of Software Engineering (TSE), To appear. [Preprint]
[J2] Nayebi, Maleknaz, et al. “ESSMArT way to manage customer requests." Empirical Software Engineering (2019): 1-35. [Preprint]
[J3] Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2018). “Asymmetric Release Planning, Compromising Customers’ Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction", IEEE Transaction of Software Engineering (TSE), To appear. [Preprint]
[J4] Dekhtyar, A., et al. “Requirements Engineering (RE) for Social Good: RE Cares [Requirements]." IEEE Software 36.1, 2019, 86-94. [Preprint]
[J5] Wagner, Stefan, et al. “Status Quo in Requirements Engineering: A Theory and a Global Family of Surveys." ACM Transaction of Software Engineering (TOSEM), To appear.
[J6] Nayebi, M.; Cho, H; and Ruhe, G. “App Store Mining Is Not Enough for App Improvement" accepted to Empirical Software Engineering Journal (EMSE), Springer, 2018. [Preprint]
[J7] Nayebi, M.; Kabir, SJ; Ruhe, G.; Carlson, C.; Chew, F; “Hybrid labels are the new measure"; Software, IEEE, special issue on actionable analytics; 2017 [Preprint]
[J8] Méndez Fernández, Daniel; Wagner, Stefan; Kalinowski, Marcos; Felderer, Michael; and others (Jun 2016), “Naming the pain in requirements engineering: contemporary problems, causes, and effects in practice", Empirical software engineering (ESE) journal.
[J9] Maalej, W; Nayebi, M.; Johan, T; Ruhe, G, (2016, Feb). “Toward Data Driven Requirement Engineering", Software, IEEE, Special Issue on “The Future of Software Engineering”, IEEE Software, Jan/Feb. 2016
[P1] Nayebi, M., Cai, Y., Kazman, R., Ruhe, G., Feng, Q., Carlson, C., & Chew, F., “A Longitudinal Study of Identifying and Paying Down Architectural Debt." International Comnference on Software Engineering (ICSE), 2019, To appear [Preprint]
[P2] Nayebi, M. & Ruhe, G. “Asymmetric Release Planning, Compromising Customers’ Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction", ICSE 2019 and TSE 2018, To appear. [Preprint]
[P3] Maalej, W., Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2019). “Toward data-driven requirements engineering – An Update", ICSE 2019, to appear.
[P4] 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), 2018, In press. [Preprint]
[P5] Nayebi, M., “Data Driven Requirements Engineering: Implications for the Community." 2018 IEEE 26th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE). IEEE, 2018.
[P6] Hayes, J. H., Nayebi, M., Dekhtyar, A., & Paech, B. (2018, August). RE Cares’ 18: First RE Cares Workshop and Event-RE Cares About Giving Back to Alberta. In 2018 IEEE 26th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), pp. 436-438, IEEE.
[P7] Nayebi, M.; Marbouti, M; Quapp, R; Maurer, F and Ruhe, G. " Crowdsourced Exploration of Mobile App Features: A Case Study of the Fort McMurray Wildfire " In Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), pp. ACM, 2017. [Preprint]
[P8] Nayebi, M.; Cho, H; Farrahi, H and Ruhe, G. “App Store Mining Is Not Enough" In Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), pp. ACM, 2017. [Preprint]
[P9] Nayebi, M., Farrahi, H., & Ruhe, G., “Which Version Should be Released to App Store?”, Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) 2017. [Preprint]
[P10] Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G., “Optimized Design of Supper Apps”, International Conference on requirements Engineering (RE), 2017. [Preprint]
[P11] Ruhe, G., Nayebi, M., and Ebert, C., “The Vision: Requirements Engineering in Society”, RE Silver Jubilee on the future of requirements engineering, International Conference on requirements Engineering (RE), 2017. [Preprint]
[P12] Kabir, SJ; Nayebi, M.; Ruhe, G.; Carlson, C.; Chew, F; Predicting the Vector Impact of Change – An Industrial Case Study at Brightsquid?”, Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM), 2017
[P13] AlAlam, D., Nayebi, M., Pfhal, D., Ruhe, G., “A Two-staged Survey on Release Readiness”, in the proceeding of Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE’17), pp. 374-383, ACM, 2017.
[P14] Nayebi, M., Farrahi, H., & Ruhe, G. (2016, November). Analysis of marketed versus not-marketed mobile app releases. In Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Release Engineering (pp. 1-4). ACM. [Preprint]
[P15] Nayebi, M., Farrahi, H., Lee, A., Cho, H., & Ruhe, G. (2016, November). More insight from being more focused: analysis of clustered market apps. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on App Market Analytics (pp. 30-36). ACM. [Preprint]
[P17] Nayebi, M., Ruhe, G., Mota, R. C. , and Mufti, M. (Nov, 2015) “Analytics for Software Project Management – Where Are We and Where Do We Go?," Proceedings Workshop Action’15, co-located to ASE 2015.
[P18] Nayebi, M., and Wnuk, K. (2015, Aug). “Summary of the 1st international workshop on open innovation in software engineering (OISE 2015)." Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Software and System Process. ACM, 2015.
[P19] Nayebi, M, and Ruhe, G.. (2015, Aug). Trade-off Service Portfolio Planning–A Case Study on Mining the Android App Market. No. e1671. PeerJ PrePrints, 2015.
[P20] Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2014, June). An open innovation approach in support of product release decisions. In Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (pp. 64-71). ACM.
[P21] Nayebi, M., & Ruhe, G. (2014). Analytical Open Innovation for Value-Optimized Service Portfolio Planning. In Software Business. Towards Continuous Value Delivery (pp. 273-288). Springer International Publishing.
[P22] Nayebi, M and Ruhe, G (2013) " An open innovation approach towards feature elicitation for product release planning¡¨ CASCON/CSER poster session, Toronto, Canada.
[P23] Nayebi, M; Noorhoseini. M(2013) ¨Agile Customer Centric Risk Assessment Process Using SOA"; presented in ECDC IEEE supported conference, Kish, Iran
[P24] Nayebi, M; Noorhoseini. M(2012) “Service Exploration: Collaboration of Information-Centric and Activity-Centric business process"; presenting in ICIS 2012 IEEE supported conference, Jeju, Korea
[P25] Nayebi, M. (2010) “Fold different orthogonal boxes with the same pattern: Pattern specification"; third international origami conference – Tehran- Iran.
[B1] Ruhe, G. and Nayebi, M., (2016) “What Counts is Decisions, Not Numbers – Towards an Analytics Design Sheet " to be appeared in the book Perspectives on Data Science for Software Engineering , T. Menzies, L. Williams, T. Zimmerman (Eds): Morgan Kauffman.
[B2] Nayebi, M. and Ruhe,G., (2015) “Analytical Product Release Planning " in the book The Art and Science of Analyzing Software data, T. Menzies, C. Bird, T. Zimmerman, Ed., ed: Morgan Kaffman.
[R1] Nayebi, M; Jantzen, K. and Ruhe, G (Aug 2015), “Managing Technical Debt", SEDS Technical Report #115/2015
[R2] Nayebi, M; Ruhe, G; and Adams, B. (Feb 2015), “Tracking the Evolution of Android Mobile Apps by Release Cycle Patterns – An Empirical Study," , SEDS Technical Report #114/2015.
[R3] Nayebi, M. (Nov 2014), “The Gandhi-Washington Method for Extracting Patterns from Versioning Histories", SEDS Technical report #113/2015.
[R4] Nayebi, M. (Jul, 2014) " Feasibility study on Android app store mining", SEDS Technical Report #109/2013
[R5] Nayebi, M. (Aug, 2013) “Software Project Management for the 21st Century – A Literature Study", SEDS Technical Report #106/2013
Nayebi, M. (2018) “Analytical Release Management of Mobile Apps", Schulich school of engineering, SEDS Laboratory, University of Calgary, 2018 — Supervisor: Dr. Guenther Ruhe
Nayebi, M. (2012) “Executive Framework for Service Oriented Architecture¨ – Supervisor: Dr.M.Noorhoseini
Nayebi, M. (2010) “Recommender Systems concept, approaches and its effect on e-commerce¨. Supervisor: Dr. M.Shiri