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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

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

International comparison of K-12 STEM teaching practices

Rachael L. Tawbush, Sabrina D. Stanley, Tye G. Campbell, Melissa A. Webb
2020 Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning  
Articles researched were (1) an empirical journal article or literature review; (2) primarily focused on the concept of K-12 STEM teaching practices in one of the countries of interest and (3) written  ...  Design/methodology/approachThis study utilized a systematic literature review methodology by (1) creating search terms based on the research questions, (2) choosing databases in which to conduct the search  ...  The acronym STEM was originally used in a political context to call attention to the demands of the future workforce in science, technology, engineering and mathematics-related professions (De Vries,  ... 
doi:10.1108/jrit-01-2020-0004 fatcat:xx3t4cv7sjbg5lgigr42lwq7jy

Interdisciplinary engineering education: A review of vision, teaching, and support

Antoine Van den Beemt, Miles MacLeod, Jan Van der Veen, Anne Van de Ven, Sophie van Baalen, Renate Klaassen, Mieke Boon
2020 Journal of Engineering Education  
This review synthesizes IEE research with a focus on characterizing vision, teaching practices, and support.  ...  Our review suggests that developing interdisciplinary skills, knowledge, and values needs sound pedagogy and teaming experiences that provide students with authentic ways of engaging in interdisciplinary  ...  Systematic literature reviews in engineering education and other developing interdisciplinary fields.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jee.20347 fatcat:7l6pc6rkbrbtpdur5sbizvrtbe

A "datathon" model to support cross-disciplinary collaboration

Jerôme Aboab, Leo Anthony Celi, Peter Charlton, Mengling Feng, Mohammad Ghassemi, Dominic C. Marshall, Louis Mayaud, Tristan Naumann, Ned McCague, Kenneth E. Paik, Tom J. Pollard, Matthieu Resche-Rigon (+2 others)
2016 Science Translational Medicine  
In recent years, there has been a growing focus on the unreliability of published biomedical and clinical research.  ...  The continuous peer review intrinsically provided by follow-up datathons, which take up prior uncompleted projects, might produce more reliable research, either by providing a different perspective on  ...  We propose an adaptation of the computer industry's hackathon model-an event in which diverse professionals (entrepreneurs, software developers, designers, engineers) work together on software development  ... 
doi:10.1126/scitranslmed.aad9072 pmid:27053770 pmcid:PMC5679209 fatcat:dnklmfmqg5epbl4ifshym4lqku

Historical perspectives on the computing curriculum

Iouri A. Bogoiavlenski, A. G. Clear, Gordon Davies, Hans Flack, J. Paul Myers, Richard Rasala
1997 ACM SIGCUE Outlook  
This requires educators to respond appropriately to market pressures and technological innovations.  ...  Computing has become a diverse and multi-faceted discipline. It is imperative that computing curricula evolve so that they will effectively convey this breadth.  ...  This depends on the curricula orientation, such as computer engineering, computer science, or software engineering.  ... 
doi:10.1145/274382.274387 fatcat:ceql4wdfxfg4xfddtjjzmrpgjy

Older adults, computers, and the internet: Future directions

B. Xie
2003 Gerontechnology  
This article reviews existing literature on older adults' interactions with computers and the Internet, and proposes questions and directions for future gerontechnology research.  ...  The fourth section summarizes available research on older adults' interactions in computerized community networks.  ...  I would like to thank Ken Fleischmann, Kim Fortun, Linnda Caporael, and two anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments on earlier versions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2003.02.04.002.00 fatcat:fegnrvnfpfdpzjkk2jgx7a3fpy

A Comprehensive Review of Deterrents to the Practice of Sustainable Interior Architecture and Design

Mojtaba Ashour, Amir Mahdiyar, Syarmila Hany Haron
2021 Sustainability  
A number of studies have reported on these deterrents; however, there is no comprehensive review of the literature on this topic.  ...  The interior environment as the place where people spend nearly 95% of their time in, has recently received considerable attention within the domain of the built environment.  ...  Institutional Review Board Statement: Not applicable. Informed Consent Statement: Not applicable. Data Availability Statement: Not applicable.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su131810403 fatcat:hnvtj5em6faitg754mswnzjx2a

Software engineering issues in interactive installation art

Anna Trifonova, Letizia Jaccheri, Kristin Bergaust
2008 International Journal of Arts and Technology  
In this article, we discuss the software engineering issues that appear in one of the new media art subfields, namely interactive installation art, as reported in the scientific literature.  ...  On one hand we provide a road map for artists to the basic software engineering concepts and terms for the purpose of communicating with software engineers or for acting themselves as programmers of their  ...  Table 2 Interactive installations found in our literature review These articles were found within a larger study -a systematic literature review on the intersection between software engineering and art  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijart.2008.019882 fatcat:ehyvo5usd5dvvfodn7ghod2gpe

Evidence for Electronic Health Record Systems in Physical Therapy

2006 Physical Therapy  
With increasing pressures to better manage clinical information, we investigated the role of electronic health record (EHR) systems in physical therapist practice through a critical review of the literature  ...  The authors formed the following recommendations based on the studies' themes: (1) incorporate workflow analysis into system design and implementation; (2) include end users, especially clinicians, in  ...  Currently, many managers and clinicians view computerized systems as a one-time purchase.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ptj/86.3.434 fatcat:hbzlq7wmfjgbvdfsjc6cms3fju

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

Doctoral supervision in virtual spaces: A review of research of web-based tools to develop collaborative supervision

Dorit Maor, Jason D. Ensor, Barry J. Fraser
2015 Higher Education Research and Development  
The literature search focused on technology, supervision and pedagogical supervision, and supervisor-supervisee relationships.  ...  The current literature review aimed to explore the contribution that technology can make to higher degree research supervision.  ...  on time.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07294360.2015.1121206 fatcat:u7rfyjfye5fdldtsga3nkxsxxu

Assignment of Real-World Projects: An Economical Method of Building Applications for a University and an Effective Way to Enhance Education of the Students

Ma. Sheila A. Magboo, Vincent Peter C. Magboo
2003 Journal of Information Technology Education  
Executive Summary This paper is about the strategy used by the Department of Physical Sciences and Mathematics (DPSM) in the integration of real-world projects in the implementation of its software engineering  ...  subject, a junior subject in the BS Computer Science program.  ...  Using the Internet to search for similar projects done and related literature, students were able to cope with the demands of the project.  ... 
doi:10.28945/310 fatcat:qafkdahhcbbv7enfs765rxmjpm

Preparing Engineers of the Future: the Development of Environmental Thinking as a Universal Competency in Teaching Robotics

2020 European Journal of Contemporary Education  
The pedagogical experiment is based on the example of assessing the ecological thinking formation and the energy conservation skill in teaching robotics to train engineering, technical and management specialists  ...  This type is based on problem cognitive activity, focused on lean production, resource conservation, and supported by an automated system that provides resources for solving socioeconomic problems in the  ...  The authors conclude that a robotics course with specially organized interdisciplinary design forms of activity supported by appropriate means and training methods is necessary.  ... 
doi:10.13187/ejced.2020.1.160 fatcat:zxihr2vzkfgkdnxuyesx2vbcie
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