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Continuous clarification and emergent requirements flows in open-commercial software ecosystems

Eric Knauss, Aminah Yussuf, Kelly Blincoe, Daniela Damian, Alessia Knauss
2016 Requirements Engineering  
Such software ecosystems promise increased innovation power and support for consumer-oriented software services at scale and are characterized by a certain openness of their information flows.  ...  While such openness supports project and reputation management, it also brings requirements engineering-related challenges within the ecosystem, such as managing dynamic, emergent contributions from the  ...  of Victoria, IBM research, and the Division of Software Engineering in Gothenburg.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00766-016-0259-1 fatcat:r2obaidfq5c2jp3ao55eb2pxlu

PVP1—The People's Ventilator Project: A fully open, low-cost, pressure-controlled ventilator research platform compatible with adult and pediatric uses

Julienne LaChance, Manuel Schottdorf, Tom J. Zajdel, Jonny L. Saunders, Sophie Dvali, Chase Marshall, Lorenzo Seirup, Ibrahim Sammour, Robert L. Chatburn, Daniel A. Notterman, Daniel J. Cohen, Andre Maia Chagas
2022 PLoS ONE  
Food and Drug Administration's Emergency Use Authorization for Ventilators, and in a pediatric context against a state-of-the-art commercial ventilator.  ...  We present a fully open ventilator device—The People's Ventilator: PVP1—with complete hardware and software documentation including detailed build instructions and a DIY cost of $1,700 USD.  ...  , the EyeWire team, and Sebastian Seung for their help and guidance in building a PVP1 community.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0266810 pmid:35544461 pmcid:PMC9094548 fatcat:pl4uk56ztras3bppy4excedzmq

Lawful software engineering

Daniel M. German, Jens H. Webber, Massimiliano Di Penta
2010 Proceedings of the FSE/SDP workshop on Future of software engineering research - FoSER '10  
Legislation is constantly affecting the way in which software developers can create software systems, and deliver them to their users.  ...  This raises the need for methods and tools that support developers in the creation and re-distribution of software systems with the ability of properly coping with legal constraints.  ...  In their introduction to the report, the editors state, "perhaps no other commercial subject matter is in greater need of harmonization and clarification."  ... 
doi:10.1145/1882362.1882390 dblp:conf/sigsoft/GermanWP10 fatcat:rsrnl3qqevbuffu6cwlt75tm5y

A maturity framework for autonomous solutions in manufacturing firms: The interplay of technology, ecosystem, and business model

Linus Thomson, Anmar Kamalaldin, David Sjödin, Vinit Parida
2021 The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal  
It is becoming increasingly clear that the major challenges in this shift extend beyond technology to focus on business transformation and ecosystem relationships.  ...  There is a need to develop a business-focused maturity framework for autonomous solutions to contribute to a predominantly technical discourse and support equipment actors and their wider ecosystems in  ...  Data sharing arrangements are found to be balanced between competition and collaboration. System interoperability requires more open data flows, which must be balanced with organizational interests.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11365-020-00717-3 fatcat:4fcfkrpb2nftvn2tjezonn6kye

Joining forces to create value: The emergence of an innovation ecosystem

Gouthanan Pushpananthan, Maria Elmquist
2022 Technovation  
This triggered the emergence of an innovation ecosystem, consisting of actors co-creating value and organizing around the technology platform.  ...  Yet, few empirical studies explain how innovation ecosystems emerge.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank five anonymous reviewers for insightful and helpful suggestions, as well as our colleagues for feedback and support.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.technovation.2021.102453 fatcat:vwswvuanzvgcpfyobm7bkhlroq

A Systematic Review of Enterprise Innovation Ecosystems

Lijie Feng, Jiarui Lu, Jinfeng Wang
2021 Sustainability  
With rapid changes and increasing uncertainty in the market environment, enterprise innovation ecosystems (EIEs) have increasingly been promoted in the past decade.  ...  This study screened all relevant topics in the past decade through the WOS database and identified significant journal articles.  ...  Third, under the interactions of disruptive innovation, open innovation, and continuous innovation, the selection of partners and the use of ecological flow can be dynamically focused, thereby improving  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13105742 doaj:62f36bd4de0348e8981ec07661add33c fatcat:57r4dc3wuzb65is5lz2uy63uri

The valorization of non-patent intellectual property in academic medical centers

Kieren Marr, Phillip Phan
2020 Journal of Technology Transfer  
When it comes to intangibles such as care delivery models, informatics and algorithms, and the software behind smart wearables, the commercialization challenges are even greater.  ...  Turning university research output into useful products such as drugs, devices and diagnostics requires skills, knowledge, and resources traditionally attributed to private industry.  ...  While few universities historically sought to commercialize non-patent IP, the growth of digital platforms and innovations emergent from educational tools and software has more recently complicated IP  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10961-020-09827-0 pmid:33012983 pmcid:PMC7525762 fatcat:tp5y4rp6jjebrgtvg2axikjj6i

Openness and archaeology's information ecosystem

Eric Kansa
2012 World archaeology  
However, as argued in this paper, the Open Access and Open Data movements do not gloss over sustainability, quality and professional incentive concerns.  ...  Others see data transparency as naively technocratic, and lacking in an appreciation of archaeology's social and professional incentive structure.  ...  While I want to thank my colleagues at CDL for their support and insights in digital libraries, data preservation and scholarly communications, the views and perspectives presented in this paper are my  ... 
doi:10.1080/00438243.2012.737575 fatcat:c6llupdtznbovc7zihhmmfwswe

Integrating Scientific Publication into an Applied Gaming Ecosystem

Munir Salman, Michael Fuchs, Binh Vu, Holger Brocks, Jana Becker, Dominic Heutelbeck, Matthias Hemmje
2016 GSTF International Journal on Computing  
As described in [1], RAGE will finally provide a centralized access to a wide range of applied gaming software modules, relevant information, knowledge and community services, and related scientific documents  ...  as marketoriented innovation and exploitation will be created in order to support community building, as well as collaborative asset exploitation of User Generated Contents (UGCs) of the RAGE Ecosystem  ...  This SDK includes code for the implicit grant and authorization code flows. For the RAGE Ecosystem we used the authorization code flow in order to acquire an access token.  ... 
doi:10.7603/s40601-016-0008-9 fatcat:bb2qttrjtnhzdndsf3xvdsvt64

Response To The Invitation For Public Comment National Digital Health Blueprint

Abhijit Gupta, Abijeet Waghmare, Adrian Gropper, Angshuman Sarkar, A V Sethuraman, Devesh Varma, Dhruv Pandey, Harpreet Singh, Jimmy Antony, John Halamka, Namrata Arora, Nivedita Saksena (+8 others)
2019 Zenodo  
On July 16 2019, in response to the Ministry's call for public comment on the proposed National Digital Health Blueprint (NDHB), colleagues at St.  ...  John's Research Institute and IDHN reached out to experts from across disciplines, all of whom work on some aspect of developing, analyzing, designing, critiquing or using digital health systems.  ...  The adoption and maintenance of standards and software must be made mandatory for an entity to be included in the proposed digital health ecosystem. 2.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5259998 fatcat:zjt3srxfivcdffv3sredm2dg3a

A Software Ecosystem Reshaped by a Paradigm Shift: the CSI-Piemonte Case [article]

Federico Tomassetti, Marco Torchiano, Mauro Antonaci, Paolo Arvati, Maurizio Morisio
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Objective: In this paper we present the organizational changes occurred in a software ecosystem as consequence of a technological change.  ...  The history was analyzed jointly by software engineering academics and industrial managers directly involved in the case study.  ...  In particular Claudio Parodi and Marco Boz offered important insights which helped to complete and clarify our report.  ... 
arXiv:1812.07440v1 fatcat:ubqire64ife2rlmtxszwvbuyla

An environment for sustainable research software in Germany and beyond: current state, open challenges, and call for action

Hartwig Anzt, Felix Bach, Stephan Druskat, Frank Löffler, Axel Loewe, Bernhard Y. Renard, Gunnar Seemann, Alexander Struck, Elke Achhammer, Piush Aggarwal, Franziska Appel, Michael Bader (+31 others)
2020 F1000Research  
Research software therefore requires an environment that supports sustainability.  ...  In other words, software must be available, discoverable, usable, and adaptable to new needs, both now and in the future.  ...  I assume that commercial licensing is meant, but this is not clear since the figures are not explained in the paper. Instead, the process should start with open sourcing the software.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.23224.1 pmid:33552475 pmcid:PMC7845155 fatcat:g4aqsfmdcrez5kimv5j6fzbh2e

Open innovation in digital journalism: Examining the impact of Open APIs at four news organizations

Tanja Aitamurto, Seth C. Lewis
2012 New Media & Society  
The article discusses the constant negotiation between openness and control, and open and closed paradigms in journalism.  ...  Findings indicate that the use of Open APIs has accelerated R&D through knowledge-sharing with web developers; generated new means of commercializing content by extending a firm's product portfolio; and  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful for constructive comments from Heikki Luostarinen, Daniel Jacobson and two anonymous reviewers, and for inspiration from Henry Chesbrough.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444812450682 fatcat:jhoq32cuqza2zpguhk7jes335i

On the road to digital servitization – The (dis)continuous interplay between business model and digital technology

Yihua Chen, Ivanka Visnjic, Vinit Parida, Zhengang Zhang
2021 International Journal of Operations & Production Management  
To arrive at this point, a manufacturer has to pass through different stages that are characterized by both discontinuous and continuous interplay between business models and digital technologies.  ...  Specifically, the authors focus on changes in the business model (i.e. the value proposition, the value delivery system and the value capture mechanism) for digital servitization.Design/methodology/approachThe  ...  In turn, this opened the opportunity for novel customer value, but it also triggered new inefficiencies and accountability gaps in the ecosystem.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijopm-08-2020-0544 fatcat:okhnlsfocfdr5ofwbnlpzbmxc4

The varying openness of digital open science tools

Louise Bezuidenhout, Johanna Havemann
2021 F1000Research  
In order to make the future open science ecosystem inclusive and operable for researchers in all world regions including Africa, Latin America, Asia and Oceania, those should be actively included in design  ...  Suggestions from literature and anecdotal evidence already draw attention to the impact of these factors, and raise the question of whether the open science ecosystem can realise the aspiration to become  ...  Open Science ecosystem requires careful scrutiny.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.26615.2 fatcat:efls575dpjcdbdw3p4eq45h6bq
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