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Inside a software design team: knowledge acquisition, sharing, and integration

Diane B. Walz, Joyce J. Elam, Bill Curtis
1993 Communications of the ACM  
Knowledge acquisition, knowledge sharing, and knowledge integration are significant, time-consuming activities that precede the development of a design document.  ...  This integration leads to shared models of the problem under consideration and potential solutions. A software design team seldom starts its life with shared models of the system to be built.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to acknowledge the support of the Software Technology program at Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation in Austin, Texas.  ... 
doi:10.1145/163430.163447 fatcat:63qm2kkv5nbblggwwg3mmslyzy

Team

Hans-Jörg Happel, Walid Maalej, Ljiljana Stojanovi
2008 Proceedings of the 2008 international workshop on Cooperative and human aspects of software engineering - CHASE '08  
We consider semantic technologies as an important enabler to improve information and knowledge sharing in such scenarios, by helping to exchange and interconnect software engineering knowledge across the  ...  In this paper, we describe the corresponding vision of a Software Engineering Semantic Web and the role of intelligent IDEs in order to benefit from and contribute to it.  ...  CONCLUSION AND OUTLOOK The issues of team collaboration and knowledge sharing in software development teams have not been a first order concern of software engineering tools for a long time.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1370114.1370129 dblp:conf/icse/HappelMS08 fatcat:xrma5xrmdbdgvj3cvofcft7boq

Team Cognition: Development and Evolution in Software Project Teams

Jun He, Brian S. Butler, William R. King
2007 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Inside a software design team: Knowledge acquisi- tion, sharing, and integration. Communications of the ACM, 36, 10 (October 1993), 62-77. 75. Wegner, D.M.  ...  Shared awareness of each other’s knowledge and expertise plays a key integrative and coordinative function in software project teams [17, p. 1557].  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222240210 fatcat:znhc5phvqvfjdhgf6ukjpbcjmm

Supply chain teaming

Yu-Liang Chi
2009 Proceedings of the International Workshop on Enterprises & Organizational Modeling and Simulation - EOMAS '09  
Nowadays, an enterprise is no longer a self-sufficient firm but an integral part of supply chain.  ...  The major advantage of this design is its ease to implement that individual firm and its parts manage their direct and known knowledge. Small examples were presented using ontology and semantic rules.  ...  The JESS software consists of three components including a rule base, a fact base and an execution engine [15] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1750405.1750414 fatcat:6tf77lxb65hm3g4k45yu4eaqcm

Leveraging expertise in global software teams: Going outside boundaries

Kate Ehrlich, Klarissa Chang
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE'06)  
This paper reports the results of a study that used social network analysis to study how people in three global software teams acquired and used available expertise through communication and acquisition  ...  People use others on their team with whom they have strong ties to exploit preexisting knowledge but they go to people they know uniquely outside the team for innovative ideas.  ...  Learning and innovation Taking the notion of external vs. internal knowledge acquisition further, group learning -the knowledge acquisition, sharing and combination activities of team members [2] has  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2006.261228 dblp:conf/icgse/EhrlichC06 fatcat:cesc3c2r3rcebc5lcw3qsjuchi

Does Team Training Improve Team Performance? A Meta-Analysis

Eduardo Salas, Deborah DiazGranados, Cameron Klein, C. Shawn Burke, Kevin C. Stagl, Gerald F. Goodwin, Stanley M. Halpin
2008 Human Factors  
Objective: This research effort leveraged the science of training to guide a taxonomic integration and a series of meta-analyses to gauge the effectiveness and boundary conditions of team training interventions  ...  Method: Several meta-analytic integrations were conducted to examine the relationships between team training interventions and team functioning.  ...  The views, opinions, and/or findings contained in this paper are those of the authors and should not be construed as an official position, policy, or decision of the Department of the Army or the University  ... 
doi:10.1518/001872008x375009 pmid:19292013 fatcat:wlh4sy3gr5bepmtckcwgfmjbk4

Negotiating Boundaries. Configuration Management in Software Development Teams

Hilda Tellioğlu, Ina Wagner
1997 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
Using case-study material from three small software development teams, this paper analyses the regionalisation of 'design spaces'.  ...  'Configuration management' is used to denote both a practice and supporting software tools and their relationship.  ...  This design space in the Document Case was shared by and accessible to all those inside the team.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1008686916910 fatcat:bnu2q73sq5fwbofbv6nzboc7eu

Collaboration technology in teams and organizations: Introduction to the special issue

Gert-Jan de Vreede, Pedro Antunes, Julita Vassileva, Marco Aurélio Gerosa, Kewen Wu
2016 Information Systems Frontiers  
A wiki system can facilitate knowledge acquisition and support collaboration and communication among members of an organization.  ...  Thus, knowledge sharing efficiency is improved (Hong et al. 2011) . A mashup is the merging of online services from multiple providers in an integrated way (Auinger et al. 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-016-9632-3 fatcat:37v4fxad4ncutpmuba5q6asqnm

Semantically-supported team building in a KDD virtual environment

Claudia Diamantini, Domenico Potena, Emanuele Storti
2012 2012 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS)  
TeamOnto is part of a wide, modular and integrated Knowledge Base about KDD projects, of which we briefly illustrate some modules, showing their use to support team building in the KDD domain.  ...  The use of semantic technologies and tools, like ontologies and metadata management proved to be a powerful approach to organize people competencies and support the formation of teams.  ...  activities can be at least partially implemented by software tools.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cts.2012.6261026 dblp:conf/cts/DiamantiniPS12 fatcat:ns4g4n3mnjfjvf7gprzja3xlnq

A Proposal of an Ontology-Based System for Distributed Teams

Rodrigo G.C. Rocha, Ryan Azevedo, Silvio Meira
2014 2014 40th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications  
Then, this paper proposes a knowledge management tool that utilizes a domain-specific ontology for distributed development environments, aiming to help distributed teams overcome the challenges brought  ...  Global Software Development has become an option for software companies to expand their horizons and work with geographically dispersed teams, exploiting the advantages brought by this approach.  ...  In case there is an ontology that adequately models certain knowledge of a domain, it can be shared and used by engineers and ontology developers, as well as teams that develop semantic and cognitive applications  ... 
doi:10.1109/seaa.2014.78 dblp:conf/euromicro/RochaAM14 fatcat:g343zz7eargkfg6flmzw56irgm

The Relationship between Team Hometown Diversity and Team Creativity: From the Chinese Perspective

Jingli Li, Min Zhao, Guanjun Xia, Chao Liu
2018 Sustainability  
Secondly, we adopted a two-wave design to check the dynamic impact of earlier team information exchange and team conformity on team creativity afterwards, which can be replicated for future studies.  ...  a two-wave survey from 304 employees in 54 teams and 54 team leaders from 17 companies.  ...  share their knowledge to find new solutions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10103458 fatcat:6gfca2jvibambg56bhywvetag4

6 Three Perspectives on Team Learning

Amy C. Edmondson, James R. Dillon, Kathryn S. Roloff
2007 The Academy of Management Annals  
Second, some have argued that teams play a crucial role in organizational learning. These interests have produced a growing and heterogeneous literature.  ...  Empirical studies of learning by small groups or teams present a variety of terms, concepts, and methods. This heterogeneity is both generative and occasionally confusing.  ...  knowledge acquisition.  ... 
doi:10.1080/078559811 fatcat:jzcgahlnrfds3ghtkvwia5pola

Digital service teams in government

Ines Mergel
2019 Government Information Quarterly  
A B S T R A C T National governments are setting up digital service teams (DST) -IT units outside the centralized CIO's office -to respond to complex governmental and societal challenges in a responsive  ...  DSTs design principles have been replicated from the initial idea of the UK's Government Digital Service team and implemented in other countries, such as the U.S., Canada, Italy, or Finland.  ...  Internal context of digital service teams (a) Goals a) Aims Centralized of data on a shared data platform; Once-only prin- ciple; Layered approach of software development; Collaboration between  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.giq.2019.07.001 fatcat:2vfokqjvfbccxnlpfb3rqpio4y

Limited Resources Management in a RoboCup Team Vision System [chapter]

Manuel Muñoz, Pau Muñoz, Eduardo Munera, J. Francisco Blanes, José Simó
2014 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
In this work, the design of the vision module and the ability of the Hidalgos Team architecture to cope with limited resources are presented.  ...  Focusing on the Robocup SPL, Nao robot has the CPU as the main shared and limited resource and, to a lesser degree, wireless network and memory should also be considered.  ...  This work has been supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (MINECO) under the CICYT project Mission Based Control (COBAMI): DPI2011-28507-C02-01/02.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03653-3_3 fatcat:6nfcpbr7qvbmzg2zkjvxo5opmm

Designing pedagogical innovation for collaborating teacher teams

Charlotte Lærke Weitze
2017 Journal of Education for Teaching  
In this design-based research project, teachers co-created and used a new learning design model, the IT-Pedagogical Think Tank Model for Teacher Teams.  ...  The school administration's provision of resources and support was found to be a key factor in successful implementation of the new team meetings.  ...  ; (c) develop new knowledge concerning learning designs, new use of technology, and new ways of sharing knowledge; and (d) anchor  ... 
doi:10.1080/02607476.2017.1319511 fatcat:n34pxruxtjcftn5jyap27m44ea
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