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Saturday, 9 May 2015

Accepted papers - ICGSE2015



ICGSE2015 Accepted Full Research Papers

  • Modeling a Global Software Development Project as a Complex
    Socio-Technical System to Facilitate Risk Management and Improve the
    Project Structure


         Ilia Bider and Henning Otto.
  • Knowledge Management Strategies in Practice-Lesson Learned from Globally Distributed Agile Projects

          Mohammad Abdur Razzak.
  • Extending Survivability Models for Global Software Development with Media Synchronicity Theory

         Alberto Avritzer, Sarah Beecham, Josiane Kroll, Daniel Sadoc Menasché, John Noll, Maria Paasivaara and Ricardo Britto.
  • Virtual Teams and Employability in Global Software Engineering Education

         Julian Bass, Roger McDermott and Jaiprakash Lalchandani.
  • Predicting Interruptibility in Software Engineering with off-the-Shelf Computers

         Paolo Tell, Shahram Jalaliniya, Mads D. Christensen, Kristian S. M. Andersen, Anders B. Mellson and Jakob E. Bardram.
  • Systematic Software Development: A State of the Practice Report from Germany

         Marco Kuhrmann and Daniel Méndez Fernández.
  • Preparing the Global Software Engineer

         Anne-Kathrin Peters, Waqar Hussain, Asa Cajander Cajander, Tony Clear and Mats Daniels.
  • Cultural Models and Their Interplay in Global Software-Engineering Practice

         Hina Shah and Nancy J. Nersessian.
  • Reporting Empirical Evidence in Distributed Software Development: An Extended Taxonomy

         Antonio Techio, Rafael Prikladnicki and Sabrina Marczak.

ICGSE2015 Accepted Short Research Papers


ICGSE2015 Accepted Practice Papers

  • Offshore Supplier to Preferred Partner: A Journey

         Nikhil Mokashi, Debi Prasad Mahapatra and Madan Mohan Jha
  • Continuous software testing in a globally distributed project

         Nils Brede Moe, Daniela Cruzes, Tore Dyba and Edda Mikkelsen
  • Coaching an global agile virtual team

         Nils Brede Moe, Daniela Cruzes, Tore Dyba and Ellen Engebretsen
  • An Empirical Investigation on Effort Estimation in Agile Global Software Development

         Ricardo Britto, Emilia Mendes and Jürgen Börstler
  • Challenges in Adapting Scrum in Legacy Global Configurator Project

         Rajeevkumar Gupta and Prabhulinga Manikreddy
  • Successfully transforming to Lean by changing the mindset in a global product development team

         Utpal Samanta and Mani V. S.
  • Assessing the Effectiveness of Static Analysis through Defect Correlation Analysis

         
    Radhika Venkatasubramanyam, Shrinath Gupta and Umesh Uppili


Accepted papers

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