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ICIS
2003
9 years 11 months ago
Knowledge Partitioning in Outsourced Software Development: A Field Study
The outsourced software development process has traditionally relied on a requirements-driven black-box approach for transferring knowledge of customer needs to vendors. When this...
Amrit Tiwana
PAKM
2004
9 years 11 months ago
Integrating Knowledge Management and Groupware in a Software Development Environment
Knowledge is one of the organization's most valuable assets. In the context of software development, knowledge management can be used to capture knowledge and experience gener...
Ricardo de Almeida Falbo, Daniel O. Arantes, Ana C...
MODELLIERUNG
2001
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Applicability of the Object Constraint Language (OCL) in Commercial Software Development for Vehicle Routing and Scheduling Soft
Abstract: Models are important artefacts that support human understanding and communication. Often software development involves specialists from a variety of fields, e.g. mathemat...
Peter Wendorff
ECIS
2003
9 years 11 months ago
Methods as knowledge enablers in software development organizations
Knowledge management (KM) plays an increasingly important role in software development. We find that a missed aspect of software development methods is their possibility to play a...
Mikael Schönström, Sven A. Carlsson
ECIS
2003
9 years 11 months ago
Pricing software development services
This paper studies the pricing of software development outsourcing. Two pricing techniques – time and material and fixed price – are described and the economic conditions for ...
Yossi Lichtenstein, Alan McDonnell
ECSCW
2001
9 years 11 months ago
Supporting distributed software development by modes of collaboration
Work processes in team based software development need to be structured to minimise and resolve conflicting or divergent work. Current software development methodologies propose wa...
Till Schümmer, Jörg M. Haake
EHCI
2004
9 years 11 months ago
Supporting Group Awareness in Distributed Software Development
Abstract. Collaborative software development presents a variety of coordination and communication problems, particularly when teams are geographically distributed. One reason for t...
Carl Gutwin, Kevin A. Schneider, David Paquette, R...
ECIS
2004
9 years 11 months ago
Requirements Engineering During Global Software Development: Some Impediments to the Requirements Engineering Process: a case st
Requirements engineering is not straightforward for any software development team. Developing software when team members are located in widely distributed geographic locations pos...
Jo Hanisch, Brian J. Corbitt
CSREAEEE
2006
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Mobile Web Service Architecture for Software Development Peer Inspection
- Improving software quality remains a key challenge. Software development formal peer inspection has emerged as an effective approach to address this challenge. Software peer insp...
Gilda Pour, Ashwini Ramachandra, Panchali Sarkar
DELOS
2004
9 years 11 months ago
A Hierarchical Super Peer Network for Distributed Artifacts
Abstract. The transition from traditional paper libraries to digital libraries enables new strategies for the use and maintenance of artifact collections. Distributed software deve...
Ludger Bischofs, Wilhelm Hasselbring, Jürgen ...
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