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  • Dhungana, Deepak; Seichter, Dominik; Botterweck, Goetz; Rabiser, Rick; Grunbacher, Paul; Galindo, Jose A. (IEEE Computer Society, 2011)
    In industrial settings, products are rarely built by one organization alone. Software vendors and suppliers typically maintain their own product lines, which can contribute to a larger (multi) product line. The teams ...
  • Abid, Saad bin (University of Limerick, 2014)
    Feature dependency is a kind of feature interaction which can be observed in the features that realize the functionality of a software product, and particularly in the features of Software Product Lines (SPLs). In feature ...
  • Bannon, Liam; Avram, Gabriela (2006)
    This paper examines some of the issues involved in the coordination of geographically distributed software development teams. In recent years, the phenomenon of global software development (GSD) has become widespread, for ...
  • Schneidewind, Norman; Hinchey, Mike (Association for Computing Machinery, 2009)
    1. Introduction: We introduce the concept of using both consumer software and producer software in the analysis of risk as it relates to test criteria and strategies. There are two different versions of the software, ...
  • Kelly, Tara; Buckley, Jim (IEEE Computer Society, 2006)
    A large body of empirical work in the software comprehension area has focused on the cognitive processes that programmers undertake. However, as yet, little work exists on developing and assessing an encompassing framework ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian; Stol, Klaas-Jan (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014)
    Throughout its short history, software development has been characterized by harmful disconnects between important activities e.g., planning, development and implementation. The problem is further exacerbated by the ...
  • Price, Blaine A.; Mancini, Clara; Rogers, Yvonne; Bandara, Arosha K.; Coe, Tony; Joinson, Adam N.; Lay, Jeffrey; Nuseibeh, Bashar (Association for Computing Machinery, 2010)
    How can we best explore the range of users’ reactions when developing future technologies that may be controversial, such as personal healthcare systems? Our approach in ContraVision uses futuristic videos, or other narrative ...
  • Gaudin, Benoit; Vassev, Emil; Hinchey, Mike; Nixon, Paddy (Association for Computing Machinery, 2011)
    This work presents an approach to self-healing that deals with un-handled exceptions within an executing program. More precisely, we propose an approach based on control theory that automatically disables system functionalities ...
  • Wiredu, Gamel O. (2010)
    As more software development organizations are increasingly distributing their operations spatially, information systems development researchers are taking perspectives such as transactions costs and resource dependency ...
  • Wiredu, Gamel O. (2007)
    In this paper, I explain how globally-distributed software development subunits can coordinate their activities with information systems (IS). The basis of this explanation lies in the contemporary proliferation of global ...
  • Deshpande, Sadhana (University of Limerick, 2012)
    Over the last two decades of globalisation, the software industry has witnessed the emergence of Global Software Development (GSD). Various business motives have driven software companies to outsource software development ...
  • Ryan, Declan; Exton, Chris (Psychology of Programming Intererest Group (PPIG), 2004)
    Middlewares provide the fundamental technology needed to create distributed applications, allowing developers to concentrate on their own specific needs. The developer may end up creating a very small part of the overall ...
  • Beecham, Sarah; Noll, John; Richardson, Ita; Ali, Nour (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    In this paper, we present the Global Teaming Model (GTM), which is empirically grounded, and outlines practices that managers need to consider when managing virtual teams. We explain how the model can be adapted to specific ...
  • Fitzgerald, Brian (IEEE Computer Society, 2004)
    In recent years, open source software - more properly, free and open source software - has emerged as one popular solution to the so-called "software crisis". Advocates regard F/OSS as an agile, practice-led initiative ...
  • Lennon, Sophie (University of Limerick, 2015)
    Embedded system development is continuing to grow. Medical, automotive and Internet of Things are just some of the market segments. There is a tight coupling between hardware and software when developing an embedded system, ...
  • Mjeda, Anila; Hinchey, Mike (2013)
    We propose a method tailored to the requirements of safety-critical embedded automotive software, named CTMCONTROL. CTMCONTROL has a particular focus on the specification-based control logic of the system under test and ...
  • Deshpande, Sadhana; Richardson, Ita; Casey, Valentine; Beecham, Sarah (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    Cultural diversity is assumed to be a fundamental issue in global software development. Research carried out to date has raised concerns over how to manage cultural differences in global software development. Our empirical ...
  • Meade, Anne; Deeptimahanti, Deva Kumar; Johnston, Michael; Buckley, Jim; Collins, J.J. (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
    Parallelizing serial software systems in order to run in a High Performance Computing (HPC) environment presents many challenges to developers. In particular, the extant literature suggests the task of decomposing ...
  • Morgan, Lorraine; Finnegan, Patrick (Springer, 2008)
    Open innovation is a paradigm that proposes that firms can and should use external as well as internal innovations/ideas. A popular example of open innovation has been open source software (OSS). The key issues facing ...
  • Beecham, Sarah; Noll, John; Richardson, Ita; Dhungana, Deepak (IEEE Computer Society, 2011)
    Global Software Development (GSD) research has reached a level of maturity. Paper-based solutions and guidelines are readily available to solve many known distributed software development problems. The large number of ...

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