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  • Dobson, Simon; Coyle, Lorcan; O'Hare, G.M.P.; Hinchey, Mike (IEEE Computer Society, 2009)
    Mobile sensors are an attractive proposition for environmental sensing, but pose significant engineering problems. Not least amongst these is the need to match the behaviour of the sensor platform to the physical environment ...
  • Dobson, Simon; Sterritt, Roy; Nixon, Paddy; Hinchey, Mike (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    Efforts since 2001 to design self-managing systems have yielded many impressive achievements, yet the original vision of autonomic computing remains unfulfilled. Researchers must develop a comprehensive systems engineering ...
  • Vassev, Emil; Hinchey, Mike (Springer-Verlag, 2011)
    Contemporary aerospace systems are complex conglomerates of components where control software drives rigid hardware to aid such systems meet their standards and safety requirements. The design and development of such systems ...
  • Sharif, Khaironi Yatim; Buckley, Jim (2009)
    Several authors have proposed information seeking as an appropriate perspective for studying software maintenance and evolution, and have characterized information seeking empirically in commercial software evolution ...
  • Conboy, Kieran; Morgan, Lorraine (Springer Verlag, 2010)
    A particular strength of agile approaches is that they move away from ‘introverted’ development and intimately involve the customer in all areas of development, supposedly leading to the development of a more innovative ...
  • Ghassemi Toosi, Farshad; Nikolov, Nikola S.; Eaton, Malachy (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016)
    We report on our findings using a genetic algorithm (GA) as a preprocessing step for force-directed graph drawings to find a smart initial vertex layout (instead of a random initial layout) to decrease the number of edge ...
  • Razzak, Mohammad Abdur (University of Limerick, 2020)
    In today’s fast-paced and competitive market, new product development processes, speed, and flexibility are essential. Agile methods has become very widespread, but there is little reported experience of the process of ...
  • Kowal, Magdalena; Conroy, Eoin; Ramsbottom, Niall; Smithies, Tim D.; Toth, Adam J.; Campbell, Mark J. (JMIR Publications, 2021)
    Globally, depression and anxiety are the two most prevalent mental health disorders. They occur both acutely and chronically, with various symptoms commonly expressed sub clinically. The treatment gap and stigma associated ...
  • Lopez, Tamara; Petre, Marian; Nuseibeh, Bashar (IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
    Software rarely works as intended when it is initially written. Things go wrong, and developers are commonly understood to form theories and strategies to deal with them. Much of this knowledge relates to ephemeral flaws ...
  • Hashmi, Sajid Ibrahim (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
    Global software development is a business model that involves software development distributed beyond national boundaries. However, distributed nature of the processes makes it very challenging to communicate and collaborate. ...
  • Deshpande, Sadhana; Beecham, Sarah; Richardson, Ita (Springer, 2011)
    Global software development (GSD) is often impeded by global distance which may be geographical, cultural, temporal or linguistic. When compared to a collocated setting, specific methods are required to coordinate a range ...
  • Noll, John; Beecham, Sarah; Richardson, Ita (Association for Computing Machinery, 2010)
    While organisations recognise the advantages offered by global software development, there are many socio-technical barriers that affect successful collaboration in this inter-cultural environment. In this paper we present ...
  • Holmstrom Olsson, Helena; Ó Conchúir, Eoin; Agerfalk, Par J.; Fitzgerald, Brian (IEEE Computer Society, 2006)
    Global software development (GSD) is a phenomenon that is receiving considerable interest from companies all over the world. In GSD, stakeholders from different national and organizational cultures are involved in developing ...
  • Ó Conchúir, Eoin (University of Limerick, Department of Computer Science & Information Systems, 2010)
    Global software development (GSD) encompasses all software development where people located in different parts of the world are working together to produce software. Software development in itself is a complex process. GSD ...
  • Ó Conchúir, Eoin; Holmstrom Olsson, Helena; Agerfalk, Par J.; Fitzgerald, Brian (2006)
    In existing global software development (GSD) literature, much focus has been on identifying the challenges that practitioners may face (such as socio-cultural and temporal distance issues), while potential benefits have ...
  • Marinho, Marcelo; Luna, Alexandre; Beecham, Sarah (Springer, 2018)
    Drivers for globalization are significant where today's organizations look for cheaper and faster ways to develop software as well as ways to satisfy quality and investment requirements imposed by customers, shareholders, ...
  • Clear, Tony; Beecham, Sarah (Association of Computing Machinery, 2019)
    We are pleased to introduce this Special Issue on Global Software Engineering Education published by the ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) that focuses on educational practices to prepare students for a global ...
  • Noll, John; Beecham, Sarah; Richardson, Ita; Nic Cana, Clodagh (IEEE Computer Society, 2016)
    Global software development (GSD) is increasingly the norm. As firms expand into new markets overseas, acquire companies in different countries, and recruit talented developers in new locations, projects become distributed ...
  • Richardson, Ita; Moore, Sarah; Paulish, Daniel; Casey, Valentine; Zage, Dolores (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Given the requirement for software engineering graduates to operate in Global Software Development (GSD) environments, educators need to develop teaching methods to enhance and instill GSD knowledge in their students. In ...
  • Stol, Klaas-Jan; Ralph, Paul; Fitzgerald, Brian (Association for Computing Machinery, 2016)
    Grounded Theory (GT) has proved an extremely useful research approach in several fields including medical sociology, nursing, education and management theory. However, GT is a complex method based on an inductive paradigm ...

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