Software Qual J (2018) 26:193–195 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11219-018-9411-0 Rachel Harrison Published online: 10 May 2018 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2018 In this issue, we have two special sections and ten regular research papers. The first special section is on predictive models for software quality, whereas the second is on software quality in software-intensive systems. I would like to thank the guest editors for the former, Leandro Minku, Ayşe Bener and Burak Turhan as well as the guest editors for the latter, Emilia Mendes and Dietmar Winkler, for all their hard work in bringing these special sections to publication. The first five regular papers are linked by the common themes of testing, maintenance and design, whereas the next two consider quality from the users’ viewpoint. The final three papers in this issue deal with automation of language translation, security and green computing, respectively. In BMulti-device coverage testing of mobile applications^, Sergiy Vilkomir discusses how many mobile devices must be tested to effectively test mobile software applications. During a set of experiments, 15 Android applications were tested on 30 mobile devices. The author presents a number of recommendations for increasing the effectiveness of mobile software application testing without increasing
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Published: May 10, 2018
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