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  • A Web-based modeling tool for the SEMAT Essence theory of software engineering 

    Graziotin, D; Abrahamsson, P (Ubiquity Press, 2013)
    As opposed to more mature subjects, software engineering lacks general theories that establish its foundations as a discipline. The Essence Theory of software engineering (Essence) has been proposed by the Software Engineering ...
  • What Differentiates Chilean Niche Software Companies: Business Knowledge and Reputation 

    Ochoa S; Robbes R; Marques M; Silvestre L; Quispe A (IEEE Computer Society, 2017)
    The extensive knowledge gained by specializing in a niche increases a small software company's odds of success. Consequently, the company's improved reputation lets it better negotiate contracts and improve its financial ...
  • Work fragmentation in developer interaction data 

    Cruz L; Sanchez H; González V; Robbes R (John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2017)
    Information workers and software developers are exposed to work fragmentation, an interleaving of activities and interruptions during their normal work day. Small-scale observational studies have shown that this can be ...
  • XML-Datenbanken und ihre Anwendung 

    Helmer, S; Kanne, CC; Moerkotte, G (2003)
    Due to its fast proliferation,the amount of XML data is steadily increasing and XML-based applications become more and more complex. This requires effective and efficient methods to manage large amounts of persistent XML. ...
  • "YouTube Debate": A New Era of Internetized Television Politics? 

    Deligiaouri A; Symeonidis P (IGI Global, 2010)
    Integration of Television with Internet technologies has renewed the discussion for a new era of political communication. The adoption of Internet communication rules in television, has introduced a new hybrid model of ...