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GI
2004
Springer
12 years 8 months ago
A Behavioural Approach for the Coordination of Open Source Software Intermediaries
: An interesting phenomenon in the open source software (OSS) market is the evolution of intermediaries, which provide services to the OSS community. A problem of this business mod...
Heinz Lothar Grob, Frank Bensberg, Firoz Kaderali
ICSE
2011
IEEE-ACM
11 years 6 months ago
Understanding broadcast based peer review on open source software projects
Software peer review has proven to be a successful technique in open source software (OSS) development. In contrast to industry, where reviews are typically assigned to speciļ¬c ...
Peter C. Rigby, Margaret-Anne D. Storey
BMCBI
2006
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12 years 3 months ago
Cell_motility: a cross-platform, open source application for the study of cell motion paths
Background: Migration is an important aspect of cellular behaviour and is therefore widely studied in cell biology. Numerous components are known to participate in this process in...
Lennart Martens, Geert Monsieur, Christophe Ampe, ...
FIRSTMONDAY
2008
121views more  FIRSTMONDAY 2008»
12 years 3 months ago
Free and Open Source Licenses in Community Life: Two Empirical Cases
How do licenses participate in Free and Open Source Software (FLOSS) community life? This paper aims at answering this question. Despite the dynamic character of FLOSS development...
Stefano De Paoli, Maurizio Teli, Vincenzo D'Andrea
ESSOS
2010
Springer
13 years 7 days ago
Formally-Based Black-Box Monitoring of Security Protocols
In the challenge of ensuring the correct behaviour of legacy implementations of security protocols, a formally-based approach is presented to design and implement monitors that sto...
Alfredo Pironti, Jan Jürjens
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