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Reviewing Literature on Time Pressure in Software Engineering and Related Professions - Computer Assisted Interdisciplinary Literature Review [article]

Miikka Kuutila, Mika V. Mäntylä, Maëlick Claes, Marko Elovainio
2017 arXiv   pre-print
From a literature review of the most relevant papers, we infer a list of testable hypotheses that we want to verify in future studies in order to assess the impact of time pressures on software developers  ...  In order to form a theoretical background for time pressure detection in software repositories, this paper combines interdisciplinary knowledge by analyzing 1270 papers found on Scopus database and containing  ...  This study aims to explore the literature related to time pressure by performing a computer assisted interdisciplinary literature review.  ... 
arXiv:1703.04372v1 fatcat:d7dnbuyacfft5oxx2rakolvj44

Reviewing Literature on Time Pressure in Software Engineering and Related Professions: Computer Assisted Interdisciplinary Literature Review

Miikka Kuutila, Mika V. Mantyla, Maelick Claes, Marko Elovainio
2017 2017 IEEE/ACM 2nd International Workshop on Emotion Awareness in Software Engineering (SEmotion)  
From a literature review of the most relevant papers, we infer a list of testable hypotheses that we want to verify in future studies in order to assess the impact of time pressures on software developers  ...  In order to form a theoretical background for time pressure detection in software repositories, this paper combines interdisciplinary knowledge by analyzing 1270 papers found on Scopus database and containing  ...  This study aims to explore the literature related to time pressure by performing a computer assisted interdisciplinary literature review.  ... 
doi:10.1109/semotion.2017.11 dblp:conf/icse/KuutilaMCE17 fatcat:ld2paxqra5buzlvtar7ujgjsiu

Improvement of the Robotics Cross-Cutting Course for Training of Specialists in Professions of the Future

2018 European Journal of Contemporary Education  
Secondly, specific content for key cross-professional competences in the field of robotics and engineering is proposed.  ...  First, the didactic and interdisciplinary potential of the robotics course is studied.  ...  robotics course for training of specialists in professions of the future").  ... 
doi:10.13187/ejced.2018.4.845 fatcat:rpikdb2w5veano5y7jrt54mngu

Key competencies for big data analytics professions: a multimethod study

Ajax Persaud
2020 Information Technology and People  
cognitive competencies in data analytics, computing and business combined with a range of social competencies and specific personality traits.  ...  incorporating the perspectives of the key stakeholders in the supply and demand of skilled workers.  ...  (2016) Literature review and focus group.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itp-06-2019-0290 fatcat:hwf7l646kbcgbepppsx4tihzxe

Abstracts of Papers and Poster Sessions of the 4th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference: Transforming the Profession

2007 Evidence Based Library and Information Practice  
4th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference.Durham, North Carolina, United States 6-11 May 2007  ...  area, upgraded computer hardware and software, provided more comfortable furniture, and added more public access computers.  ...  The overall study results will assist librarians in many different settings who can benefit from greater awareness of information needs related to public safety and homeland security and strategies for  ... 
doaj:4191d8384cc14e45ac2940e92d26d2e3 fatcat:sncirzz5wrhftgbl4ick4o22fq

Report of the MLA Task Force on Evaluating Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion

2007 Profession  
These stipends seem low considering that they need to help cover the expense of books and other materials; computing equipment and software; research assistance; travel to do research and to participate  ...  The dramatic increase in the number of part-time NTT faculty members and in the number of term-limited full-time NTT faculty members puts increased demands and pressure on all full-time tenuretrack and  ... 
doi:10.1632/prof.2007.2007.1.9 fatcat:q2cwnkq3arc4zccqs7gjtgcibq

Is Forensic Computing a Profession? Revisiting an Old Debate in a New Field

Bernd Stahl
2006 Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law  
Based on these considerations the paper will conclude by asking whether there is merit in promoting the debate on the status of forensic computing as a profession above and beyond the arguments already  ...  This will lead to a discussion of the notion of professions and professionals, which will be expanded with a view to the debate on computing as a profession.  ...  This question of the body of knowledge is a recurring theme in the literature on forensic computing.  ... 
doi:10.15394/jdfsl.2006.1043 fatcat:mao4a4ugczer3hr3do7hpmuno4

Is Forensic Computing a Profession? Revisiting an Old Debate in a New Field

Bernd Stahl
2006 Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law  
Based on these considerations the paper will conclude by asking whether there is merit in promoting the debate on the status of forensic computing as a profession above and beyond the arguments already  ...  This will lead to a discussion of the notion of professions and professionals, which will be expanded with a view to the debate on computing as a profession.  ...  This question of the body of knowledge is a recurring theme in the literature on forensic computing.  ... 
doi:10.15394/jdfsl.2006.1013 fatcat:3w2cp5otpvesjg4rxjwmqckvxe

"Push" versus "Pull" for mobilizing pain evidence into practice across different health professions: A protocol for a randomized trial

Joy C. MacDermid, Mary Law, Norman Buckley, Robert Brian Haynes
2012 Implementation Science  
Methods: Physicians, nurses, occupational/physical therapists, and psychologists (n = 670) will be randomly allocated in a crossover design to receive a pain evidence resource in one of two different ways  ...  Trial registration: Registered as NCT01348802 on clinicaltrials.gov.  ...  The authors thank Margaret Lomotan for assistance with the manuscript preparation and study coordination.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-7-115 pmid:23176444 pmcid:PMC3520813 fatcat:jyq2biq5b5bdlghxoiqj4nt3jm

Full issue

Anne Leseth
2021 Professions and Professionalism  
Despite agreement in the literature that the patients' perspectives and participation are significant in goal setting processes, there seem to be few studies on characteristics of the dialogue in such  ...  Reviewing goals: from standardized readings to everyday language. 2. Setting meaningful goals.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements We wish to thank the anonymous reviewers of this journal for their valuable comments on an earlier draft.  ... 
doi:10.7577/pp.4564 fatcat:seglpbhimjadfdeyef5nmtfpzu

Vol 9 No 2 (2019)

Issue No
2019 Professions and Professionalism  
While further work is necessary in filling in the black box, this paper charts an important future path for neo-Weberian analyses of professions, and their relationship with the state.  ...  Neo-Weberianism is differentiated from Max Weber's own work on social action and rationality, which generally provides a more subtle interpretation of state socio-political processes.  ...  Future research might involve studying interactions between VHPs and patients, in order to explore the patients' meaning-makings of the avatars, articulations of health professionalism and patient roles  ... 
doi:10.7577/pp.3488 fatcat:p26wjuuvhnd3rlkcwytocerzm4

Collaborative Approach in Software Engineering Education: An Interdisciplinary Case

2018 Journal of Information Technology Education Innovations in Practice  
Impact on Society: This study bridges the gap between how Software Engineering is taught in the university and how Software Engineering teams work in real life.  ...  In the case of the Computer Science students, results show that students have learned skills during the experience that, as literature reveal, can only be acquired or mastered in their future profession  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Our thanks to Cebu Port Authority and Cebu South Bus Terminal for their support and participation in the program.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4062 fatcat:gxzd6f6duzbxnjx74psaxiwolm

Linked Ecologies: States and Universities as Environments for Professions

Andrew Abbott
2005 Sociological theory  
The first are issues or strategies that "work" in both ecologies at once. The second are attempts to institutionalize in one ecology a copy or colony of an actor in another.  ...  I characterize an ecology by its set of actors, its set of locations, and the relation it involves between these. I then develop two central concepts for the linkage of ecologies: hinges and avatars.  ...  needs by the year 2000, see the special issue of Computer Science Education in March 2002 on ''Software Engineering Education and Training,'' and, in particular, editor Saiedian's (2002) introduction  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0735-2751.2005.00253.x fatcat:amflrx4lerea7ktsacsldckvs4

The Profession(s)' Engagements with LawTech: Narratives and Archetypes of Future Law

Lisa Webley, John Flood, Julian Webb, Francesca Bartlett, Kate Galloway, Kieran Tranter
2019 Law, Technology and Humans  
In tracing these influential narratives and associated archetypes, we map the evolving role of LawTech, the legal profession and legal services delivery.  ...  Through this normative rather than descriptive account it is suggested that the profession may access the benefits of technological developments while holding on to essential notions of ethical conduct  ...  stored and amended on computers, to document assembly algorithms.  ... 
doi:10.5204/lthj.v1i0.1314 fatcat:ul5skmm5i5eu3joht76tyvah7y

Facilitating knowledge exchange between health-care sectors, organisations and professions: a longitudinal mixed-methods study of boundary-spanning processes and their impact on health-care quality

L Nasir, G Robert, M Fischer, I Norman, T Murrells, P Schofield
2013 Health Services and Delivery Research  
BackgroundRelatively little is known about how people and groups who function in boundary-spanning positions between different sectors, organisations and professions contribute to improved quality of health  ...  Surprisingly, practices in Westpark, but not in the diabetes cluster, performed better on one indicator. No statistically significant differences were found on the remaining 13 QOF indicators.  ...  We are also grateful to all of the participants in the WI who gave freely of their time to participate in one or more of our research methods. Figures 2 and 13.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr01070 fatcat:efcfd33werb7lnbfsiy5rgoaum
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