SOFTWARE ENGINEERING GLOBAL INTERACTION LAB

2016

Beecham, S., T. Clear, D. Damian, J. Barr, W. Scacchi, J. Noll. How best to teach Global Software Engineering?, IEEE Software, to appear Jan/Feb 2017

Heikkilä, V., M. Paasivaara, C. Lasssenius, D. Damian and C. Engblom, Managing the Requirements Flow from Strategy to Release in Large-Scale Agile Development: A Case Study at Ericsson, Journal of Empirical Software Engineering, to appear, 2016

Knauss, E., Yussuf, A., K. Blincoe, D. Damian and A. Knauss, Continuous clarification and Emergent Requirements Flows in Open-Commercial Software Ecosystems, Journal of Requirements Engineering, to appear 2016

Ali Dehghan, Kelly Blincoe and Daniela Damian. A Hybrid Model for Task Completion Effort Estimation. The 2nd International Workshop on Software Analytics (SWAN 2016), at FSE 2016. Accepted August 2016

Eirini Kalliamvakou, Georgios Gousios, Kelly Blincoe, Leif Singer, Daniel M. Germán, Daniela E. Damian: An in-depth study of the promises and perils of mining GitHub. Empirical Software Engineering 21(5): 2035-2071 (2016) 

Kelly Blincoe, Jyoti Sheoran, Sean P. Goggins, Eva Petakovic, Daniela Damian: Understanding the popular users: Following, affiliation influence and leadership on GitHub. Information & Software Technology 70: 30-39 (2016) 

Alessia Knauss, Daniela Damian, Xavier Franch, Angela Rook, Hausi A. Müller, Alex Thomo: ACon: A learning-based approach to deal with uncertainty in contextual requirements at runtime. Information & Software Technology 70: 85-99 (2016) 

Bogdan Vasilescu, Kelly Blincoe, Qi Xuan, Casey Casalnuovo, Daniela E. Damian, Premkumar T. Devanbu, Vladimir Filkov: The sky is not the limit: multitasking across GitHub projects. ICSE 2016: 994-1005 

2015

Lloyd Montgomery, Guy Evans, Francis Harrison, and Daniela Damian. Towards a Live Anonymous Question Queue to Address Student Apprehension. The 20th Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education. (WCCCE) May 2015. (preprint)

Kelly Blincoe, Giuseppe Valetto, and Daniela Damian. Facilitating Coordination between Software Developers: A Study and Techniques for Timely and Efficient Recommendations. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE). Accepted May 2015. (preprint)

Eirini Kalliamvakou, Georgios Gousios, Kelly Blincoe, Leif Singer, Daniel German, and Daniela Damian. An in-depth study of the promises and perils of mining GitHub Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE). Accepted June 2015. (preprint)

Eirini Kalliamvakou, Daniela Damian, Kelly Blincoe, Leif Singer and Daniel M. German. Open Source-Style Collaborative Development Practices in Commercial Projects Using GitHub. Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’15), Florence, Italy, 2015.  (preprint)

Kelly Blincoe, Francis Harrison, and Daniela Damian. Ecosystems in GitHub and a Method for Ecosystem Identification using Reference Coupling. Proceedings of the 12th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR ’15), Florence, Italy, 2015. (preprint)

Kelly Blincoe and Daniela Damian. Implicit Coordination Supported by GitHub: A Case Study of the Rails OSS Project. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS ’15), Florence, Italy, 2015.

Eirini Kalliamvakou, Marc Palyart, Gail Murphy and Daniela Damian. A Field Study of Modellers at Work. Modeling in Software Engineering (MiSE), 2015. (preprint)

Maria Paasivaara, Kelly Blincoe, Casper Lassenius, Daniela Damian, Jyoti Sheoran, Francis Harrison, Prashant Chhabra, Aminah Yussuf, and Veikko Isotalo. Learning Global Agile Software Engineering Using Same-Site and Cross-Site Teams. Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’15) Joint SE Education and Training (JSEET) Track, Florence, Italy, 2015. (preprint)

2014

Eric Knauss, Daniela Damian, Alessia Knauss, Arber Borici. Openness and Requirements: Opportunities and Tradeoffs in Software Ecosystems. Proceedings of 22nd International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’14), Karlskrona, Sweden, 2014.

Alessia KnaussDaniela Damian, and Kurt Schneider. Eliciting Contextual Requirements at Design Time: A Case Study. Proceedings of International Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering (EmpiRE’14) at RE, Karlskrona, Sweden, 2014. (preprint)

Angela RookAlessia KnaussDaniela Damian, and Alex Thomo. (2014.) Proceedings of International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Requirements Engineering (AIRE ’14). Karlskrona, Sweden. (preprint)

Eirini Kalliamvakou, Georgios Gousios, Kelly Blincoe, Leif Singer, Daniel M. German, & Daniela Damian. (2014). The Promises and Perils of Mining GitHub. Proceedings of the 11th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories, MSR 2014 (92–101). New York, NY, USA: ACM. 

Jyoti Sheoran, Kelly Blincoe, Eirini Kalliamvakou, Daniela Damian, & Jordan Ell. (2014). Understanding “Watchers” on GitHub. Proceedings of the 11th Working Conference on Mining Software RepositoriesHyderabad, India.

Eirini Kalliamvakou, Daniela Damian, Leif Singer, and Daniel M. German. The code-centric collaboration perspective: Evidence from GitHub. Technical Report DCS-352-IR, University of Victoria, Victoria BC, February 2014.

Marian Petre & Daniela DamianMethodology and Culture: Drivers of Mediocrity in Software Engineering?. Proceedings of 22nd ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE), Hong Kong, November, 2014. (preprint)

Eric Knauss, Daniela Damian, Jane Cleland-Huang & Remko Helms, Patterns of Requirements ClarificationsJournal of Requirements Engineering, May, 1-21, 2014

2013

Angela RookAlessia KnaussDaniela Damian, Hausi A. Muller, and Alex Thomo. Integrating Data Mining into Feedback Loops for Predictive Context Adaptation. Technical Report DCS-349-IR, University of Victoria, Victoria BC, August 2013 (PDF).

Kelly Blincoe, Peppo Valetto, Daniela Damian. Do All Task Dependencies Require Coordination? The Role of Task Properties in Identifying Critical Coordination Needs in Software Projects. ESEC/ACM SIGSOFT International Conference on Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE) 2013, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2013 (preprint)

Eric Knauss, Daniela Damian. V:Issue:Lizer: Exploring Requirements Clarification in Online Communication Over Time. Proceedings of 35th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’13), pages 1327-1330, San Francisco, USA, 2013. Formal Tool Demonstration.

Kelly Blincoe, Peppo Valetto, Daniela Damian. Uncovering critical coordination requirements through content analysis. Proceedings of the 2013 International Workshop on Social Software Engineering at SIGSOFT-FSE, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation (FSE) 2013, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2013 (preprint)

Daniela Damian, Remko Helms, Irwin Kwan, Sabrina Marczak, and B. Koelewijn. The role of domain knowledge and hierarchical control structures in socio-technical coordination. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), San Francisco, 2013, to appear (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Maria Paasivaara, Casper Lassenius, Daniela Damian, Peteri Ratty, and Adrian Schröter. Teaching students global software engineering skills using distributed scrum. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), San Francisco, 2013, to appear (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

P. Ratty, B. Behm, K. Dikert, M. Paasivaara, C. Lassenius, and Daniela Damian Communication Practices in a distributed scrum project. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Collaborative Innovation Networks, Chile, August 2013. Best paper nomination and invitation for submission to the International Journal on Organizational Design and Engineering (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Braden Simpson, Eirini Kalliamvakou, Nathan Lambert, Daniela Damian. Aduno: Real-Time Collaborative Work Design In A Shared Workspace. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE), San Francisco, USA, 2013 (to appear).

Braden Simpson. Changeset Based Developer Communication to Detect Software Failures. Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’13) Student Research Competition (SRC), San Francisco, USA, 2013 (to appear).

Jordan Ell. Identifying Failure Inducing Developer Pairs within Developer Networks Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’13) Student Research Competition (SRC), San Francisco, USA, 2013 (to appear).

2012

F. Calefato, Daniela Damian, and F. Lanubile. Computer-mediated communication to support distributed requirements elicitation and negotiation tasks. Journal of Empirical Software Engineering, 17(6), pages 640-674, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Irwin Kwan, M. Cataldo, and Daniela Damian. Conway’s law revisited: The evidence for a task-based perspective. IEEE Software, 29(1), 90-93, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Jorge Aranda, Daniela Damian, and Arber Borici. Transition to Model-Driven Engineering: What is revolutionary, what remains the same. ACM/IEEE 15th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages & Systems (MODELS ’12), Innsbruck, Austria, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Alessia Knauss. On the Usage of Context for Requirements Elicitation: End-User Involvement in IT-Ecosystems. Proceedings of 20th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE ’12), pages 345-348, Chicago, USA, 2012. Doctoral Symposium. (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Eric Knauss, Daniela Damian, Germán Poo-Caamaño, and Jane Cleland-Huang. Detecting and Classifying Patterns of Requirements Clarifications. Proceedings of the 20th International Requirements Engineering Conference, pages 251-260, Chicago, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Alessia Knauss, Arber Borici, Eric Knauss, and Daniela Damian. Towards understanding requirements engineering in IT ecosystems. Proceedings of International Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering (EmpiRE), Chicago, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Jorge Aranda, and Daniela Damian. A redefinition of roles and collaboration under model-driven development. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE), the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’12), Zurich, Switzerland, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Arber Borici, Kelly Blincoe, Adrian Schröter, G. Valetto, and Daniela Damian. ProxiScientia: Toward Real-Time Visualization of Task and Developer Dependencies in Collaborating Software Development Teams.Proceedings of the International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE), the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’12), Zurich, Switzerland, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, and Arber Borici. Teamwork, Coordination and Customer Relationship Management Skills: As Important as Technical Skills in Preparing Our SE Graduates. Proceedings of International Workshop on Software Engineering Education with real life examples (EduRex), Zurich, Switzerland, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, Caspar Lassenius, Maria Paasivaara, Arber Borici, and Adrian Schröter. Teaching a Globally Distributed Project Course Using Scrum Practices.Proceedings of International Workshop on Collaborative Teaching of Glonbal Software Development (CTGDSD), Zurich, Switzerland, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, M. Petre, M. Miller, and A.F. Hadwin. Instructional strategies in the EGRET course: An international graduate forum on becoming a researcher. Proceedings of the Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education (WCCCE), Vancouver, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Alessia Knauss, and Daniela Damian. Requirements Elicitation driven by End-users. Empirical Fair, International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering, Foundations for Software Quality (REFSQ), Essen, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Alessia Knauss, Eric Knauss, and Daniela Damian. Towards Supporting End-User Creativity with Social Media and Multimedia. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Creativity in Requirements Engineering, at the International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering, Foundations for Software Quality (REFSQ), Essen, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Eric Knauss, and Daniela Damian. Patterns of Requirements related Communication. Proceedings of Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ’12), Empirical Fair, Essen, Germany, 2012. Poster. (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Adrian Schröter, Jorge Aranda, and Daniela Damian. To talk or not to talk: factors that influence communication around changesets. Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Seattle, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Jorge Aranda, Germán Poo-Caamaño, Adrian Schröter, and Daniela Damian. More proximity and a stable infrastructure: the future of collaboration in software development.Proceedings of International Workshop on The Future of Collaborative Software Development, at the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Seattle, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Arber Borici, Adrian Schröter, and Daniela Damian. Embracing distributed work: Distance shall matter less. Proceedings of International Workshop on The Future of Collaborative Software Development, at the ACM Conference. on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Seattle, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Adrian Schröter, Arber Borici, and Daniela Damian. Integrated Development Environments Lead to Departmental Borders Breakdown.Proceedings of International Workshop on The Future of Collaborative Software Development, at the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Seattle, 2012 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2011

E. Oberortner, Irwin Kwan, and Daniela Damian. Towards patterns to enhance the communication in distributed software development environments. Proceedings of 18th Conference on Pattern Languages of programs, Portland, November, 2011 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Sabrina Marczak, and Daniela Damian. How Interaction between Roles Shapes the Communication Structure in Requirements-Driven Collaboration. Proceedings of the International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE 11), Trento, Italy, 2011 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

S.L. Lim, Daniela Damian, and A. Finkelstein. Stakesource2.0: using social networks of stakeholders to identify and prioritize requirements.Proceedings of International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), Hawaii, 2011. (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Indira Nurdiani, R. Jabangwe, D. Smite, and Daniela Damian. Risk Identification and Risk Mitigation Instruments for Global Software Development: Systematic Review and Survey Results. Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2011) Workshop, pages 36 – 41, Helsinki, Finland 2011 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Irwin Kwan, Adrian Schröter, and Daniela Damian. Does Socio-Technical Congruence Have An Effect on Software Build Success? A Study of Coordination in a Software Project. Transactions on Software Engineering, Volume 37, No. 3, pages 307 – 324, 2011 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Irwin Kwan, and Daniela Damian. The Hidden Experts in Software-Engineering Communication (NIER Track). Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Software Engineering, pages 800-803, Honolulu, USA, 2011 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Irwin Kwan, and Daniela Damian. Extending socio-technical congruence with awareness relationships.. Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Social Software Engineering (SSE) at FSE 2011, Szeged, Hungary, pages 23-30 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2010

Daniela Damian, Irwin Kwan, and Sabrina Marczak. Requirements-Driven Collaboration: Leveraging the Invisible Relationships Between Require. Collaborative Software Enginnering, A. Frinkelstein, J. Grundy, A. van der Hoek, I. Mistrik, J. Whitehead (Eds.), Chapter 3, pages. 57-76, Springer-Verlag, Computer Science Editorial Series, May, 2010 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2009

Wolf, T., Adrian SchröterDaniela Damian, and T. Nguyen. Predicting build failures using social network analysis on developer communication. in Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), Vancouver, pages. 1-11, May 2009 

Wolf, T., Adrian SchröterDaniela Damian, L. Panjer and T. Nguyen. Mining task-based social networks to explore collaboration in software teams. IEEE Software, Jan./Feb., pages. 58-66, 2009 

Daniela Damian,  Sabrina Marczak, M.Dascalu, M. Heiss, and A.Liche. Using a real-time conferencing tool in distributed collaboration: an experience report from Siemens IT Solutions and Services. Proceedings of International Conference on Global Software Development (ICGSE), Limerick, 2009.

2008

Rafael Prikladnicki, Daniela Damian, and and Jorge Luis Nicolas Audy. Patterns of Evolution in the Practice of Distributed Software Development in Wholly Owned Subsidiaries: A Preliminary Capability Model. Proceedings of International Conference on Software Engineering (ICGSE 08), pages 99-108, Bangalore, India, 2008 (Abstract, BibTex ,DOI)

Sabrina Marczak,Daniela Damian, U. Stege, Adrian Schröter, Patterns of information flow in interdependent requirements social networks and implications for requirements-driven collaboration. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE’08), Barcelona, Spain, September 2008 (Abstract, BibTex ,DOI)

Lucas Panjer, Daniela Damian, and Margaret-Anne Storey. Cooperation and Coordination Concerns in a Distributed Software Development Project. Proceeding of Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE), pages 77-80, Leipzig, Germany (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Nguyen, T., Wolf, T., Daniela Damian, Global software development and delay: does distance still matter?. in Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE’08), Bangalore, India, August 2008 (Abstract, BibTex ,DOI

Daniela Damian, F. Lanubile, and T. Mallardo. On the Need for Mixed Media in Distributed Requirements Negotiations. Journal of Transactions of Software Engineering, Volume 34 (1), pages 116-132, 2008 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Prikladnicki, R., Evaristo, R., Daniela Damian, and Audy, and J.. Conducting qualitative research in an international and distributed research team: challenges and lessons learned. Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on Systems Scienes (HICSS), pages 1530-1605, Hawaii, January 2008 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2007

Lucas Panjer, Irwin Kwan, and Daniela Damian. Jazz Team Coordination Tools. Jazz Birds of a Feather (poster session), in conj. OOPSLA 2007, Montréal, Canada (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, Sabrina Marczak, and Irwin Kwan. Collaboration Patterns and the Impact of Distance on Awareness in Requirements-Centred Social Networks. Proceedings of IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference (RE 07), New Delhi, India, 2007, pages. 59-68 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, L. Izquidero, J. Singer, and Irwin Kwan. Awareness in the wild: why communication breakdowns occur. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE), New Delhi, India, 2007, pages 81-90(Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Sabrina Marczak, Irwin Kwan, and Daniela Damian. Social Networks in the Study of Collaboration in Global Software Teams. Poster in IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2007), Munich, Germany, 2007 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Calefato, F., Daniela Damian, and Lanubile, and F. An empirical investigation on text-based communication in distributed requirements workshops. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 07), pages 3 – 11, Munich, Germany, 2007 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Mallardo, T., Calefato, F., Lanubile, F, and Daniela Damian. The effects of communication mode on distributed requirements negotiations. Global Requirements Engineering Workshop (GREW’07), in Proceedings of International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2007), pages 23-28, Munich, Germany, 2007 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Prikladnicki, R., Daniela Damian, Audy, J. and Cavalcante de Oliveira, and T.. Managing distributed processes for IS development: A Comparative Analysis of different business strategies of offshoring and onshoring. Proceedings of International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2007), Munich, Germany, 2007 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Lucas Panjer. Predicting Eclipse Bug Lifetimes. MSR ’07: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Mining Software Repositories, page 29, Minneapolis, USA (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Scott, T., Daniela Damian, and Hadwin, and A.. Enabling Shared Understanding: Implications for Instruction and Learning in Global Software Development. Proceedings of EDMEDIA, June 2007 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

H. Ackerlauer, Daniela Damian, and G. Glatz and M. Heiss. The positive influence of knowledge networking on the performance of organizations coping with major changes. Proceedings of 19th Int. Engineering Management Conference, Austin, July 2007 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2006

Layman, L., L. Williams, Daniela Damian, and and H. Bures. Essential communication practices for extreme programming in a global software development team. Journal of Software and Technology, 48(9), pages 781-794, September, 2006 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Layman, L., L. Williams, Daniela Damian, and and H. Bures. Essential communication practices for extreme programming in a global software development team. Journal of Software and Technology, 48(9), pages 781-794, September, 2006 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, J. Chisan. An empirical study of the complex relationships between requirements engineering processes and other processes that lead to payoffs in productivity, quality and risk management. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 32(7), pages. 433-453, 2006

Daniela Damian, A. Hadwin, B. Al-Ani, Instructional design and assessment strategies for teaching global software development: a framework.in Proceedings of Int. Conf. on Software Engineering, Shanghai, May 20-28, 2006

Daniela Damian, F. Lanubile, and and T. Mallardo. An empirical study of the impact of asynchronous discussions on remote synchronous requirements meetings. Proceedings of Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering (FASE), pages 155-169, Vienna, Austria, March 27-29, 2006 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, F. Lanubile, and and T. Mallardo. The role of asynchronous discussions in increasing the effectiveness of remote synchronous requirements negotiations. Proceedings of International Conference on Software Engineering, Shanghai, May, pages 685-690, 2006 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2005

Daniela Damian, L. Vaidyanathasamy, and and Y. Pal. Requirements Engineering and Downstream Software Development: Findings from a case study. Journal of Empirical Software Engineering, 10(3), pages 255-283, 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, and and J. Chisan. Exploring the role of requirements engineering in improving risk management. Proceedings of International Conference on Requirements Engineering, RE’06, pages. 481-482, Paris, Aug. 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Izquierdo, L., Daniela Damian, and and D. German. Requirements management in special case of global software development: a study of asynchronous communication in the open source community. Proceedings of International Workshop on Distributed Software Engineering, pages 171-185, Paris, Aug. 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Scott, A., L. Izquierdo, S. Gupta, R. Elves, and Daniela Damian. Leveraging design patterns in global software development. Proceedings of International Workshop on Distributed Software Engineering, pages 58-71, Paris, Aug. 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, F. Lanubile, and and T. Mallardo. Investigating IBIS in a distributed educational environment: the design of a case study. Proceedings of International Workshop on Distributed Software Engineering, pages 153-158, Paris, Aug. 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, B. Al-Ani, D. Cubranic, and and L. Robles. Teaching requirements engineering in global software development: a report on a three-university collaboration. Proceedings of International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Education and Training, pages 685-690, Paris, Aug. 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Izquierdo, L., and Daniela Damian. An awareness mechanism in support of eclipse to improve requirements change propagation. poster presented at CASCON, Aug. 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Berry, D.M., Daniela Damian, A. Finkelstein, D. Gause, R. Hall, E. Simmons, and and A. Wassyng. To do or not to do: if the requirements engineering payoff is so good, why aren’t more companies doing it?. Proceedings of International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE06), Paris,  Aug. 2005 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2004

Daniela Damian, Zowghi, D., Vaidyanathasamy, L. and Pal, and Y.. An industrial case study of immediate benefits of requirements engineering process improvement at the Australian Center for Unisys Software. Empirical Software Engineering, 9(1-2), pages 45-75, Mar. 2004 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Chisan, J., and Daniela Damian. Towards a model of awareness support of software development in GSD. Proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on Global Software Development, pages 28-33, ICSE’04, Scotland 2004 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Hargreaves, E., and Daniela Damian. Can global software teams learn from military teamwork models?. Proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on Global Software Development, pages 21–23, ICSE’04, Scotland, 2004. (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Gaines, B., and Daniela Damian. Framing the requirements for research environments of the future. BCNet Advanced Networks Conference 2004, Theme: e-Science, Track: Projects of the Future,Vancouver, 2004 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian. Global software development: opportunity and challenge. Introductory note in the International Journal of Software Process: Improvement and Practice, special issue on Global Software Engineering, guest editor, 2004 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, and and F. Lanubile. The 3rd Int. Workshop on Global Software Development: Workshop Description. Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering, 756-757, 2004 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Hargreaves, E., Daniela Damian, F. Lanubile, and and J.Chisan. Global software development: building a research community. ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, 29(5), pages 1 – 5, 2004 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2003

Storey, M., J. Michaud, M. Mindel, M., Sanseverino, Daniela Damian, and et al. Improving the usability of eclipse for novice programmers. Proceedings of the 2003 OOPSLA Workshop on Eclipse Technology Exchange, Conf. on Object Oriented Programming Systems Languages and Applications, Anaheim, pages 35-39, 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian. A research methodology in the study of requirements negotiations in geographically distributed software teams. Proceedings of the Workshop on Comparative Evaluation in RE (CERE), International Conference on Requirements Engineering, Monterey Bay, Sep. 8-12, 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, Chisan, J., Vaidyanathasamy, L. and Pal, and Y.. An Industrial Case Study of the Impact of Requirements Engineering on Downstream Development. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering (ISESE), page 40, Rome, Italy, 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Lanubile, F., Daniela Damian, Oppenheimer, and H.. Global Software Development: Technical, Organizational, and Social Challenges. Software Engineering Notes, Volume 28 Issue 6, page 2, November 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, Chisan, J., Allen, P. and Corrie, and B. Awareness meets requirements management: awareness needs in global software development. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Global Software Development, pages 7-11, International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2003), Portland, Oregon, May 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, Lanubile, F. and Oppenheimer, and H.. Addressing the Challenges of software industry globalization: the workshop on Global Software Development. Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2003), pages 793-794, Portland, Oregon, May, 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Storey, M.-A., M. Sanseverino, Daniela Damian, A. Damian, and et al.. Adopting GILD: an integrated learning and development environment for programming. Proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on Adoption-Centric Software Engineering, pages 49-54, ICSE 2003, the 25th International Conference on Software Engineering, Portland, USA, May 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, and and Didar Zowghi. An insight into the interplay between culture, conflict and distance in globally distributed requirements negotiations. Proceedings of the 36th Hawaii Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS’03), page 19, Hawaii, January (2003) (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, and Zowghi, and D.. Requirements Engineering challenges in multi-site software development organizations. Requirements Engineering Journal, 8, pages 149-160, 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Damian, D.E., Eberlein, A., Shaw, M.L.G. and Gaines, and B.R.. An exploratory study of facilitation in distributed requirements engineering. Requirements Engineering, Volume 8(1), pages 29-41, February 2003 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2002

Damian, and D.E.H.. A multimedia meeting system in support of distributed requirements negotiations. e-Service Journal, Special Issue on Electronic Collaboration, 1(3), pages 43-60, 2002 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Herlea, D.E., C.M. Jonker, J. Treur, and N.J.E. Wijngaards. A compositional knowledge level process model of requirements engineering. International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, 12(1), pages 41-75, 2002 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian. The study of requirements engineering in global software development: as challenging as important.  Proceedings of International Workshop on Global Software Development, pages 1-4, International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), Florida, USA, 2002 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian. The use of a multimedia group support system for distributed software requirements meetings. Proceedings of 35th Hawaii Conf. on Systems Sciences, Hawaii, Jan. 2002 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, and D. Zowghi. The impact of stakeholders’ geographical distribution on requirements engineering in a multi-site development organization. Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE’02), Essen, Germany, pages 319-328, 2002, paper invited for submission in the Requirements Engineering Journal, as one of the best papers from the Symp., (17% acceptance rate) (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, D. Zowghi, L.Vaidyanathasamy, and and Y. Pal. An industrial experience in process improvement: an early assessment at the Australian Centre for Unisys Software. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering, Nara, Japan, pages 111-126, 2002, (66% acceptance rate) (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

2001

Damian, D.E.H., A. Eberlein, M.L.G. Shaw, and and B.R. Gaines. Facilitation in distributed requirements engineering. Requirements Engineering Journal, Volume 8(1), pages 1-21, 2003, as one of best papers from the RE’01 Symp., 2001 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian. An empirical study of requirements engineering in distributed software projects: is distance negotiation more effective?. Proceedings of Asia Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC), pages 149-152, Macau, Dec. 2001 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, A. Eberlein, B. Woodward, and M. L.G. Shaw and B.R. Gaines. An empirical study of facilitation of computer-mediated distributed requirements negotiations. Proceedings of Requirements Engineering Symposiums (RE 01), page 128, Toronto, Canada, Aug. 2001 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian. Negotiation behavior and group interaction in face-to-face and distributed requirements negotiations: four case studies. Proceedings of Australian Workshop on Requirements Engineering, Sydney, Australia, Nov. 2001 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Zowghi, D., and Daniela Damian. Field studies of requirements engineering in a multi-site software development organization: research in progress. Proceedings of Australian Workshop on Requirements Engineering, Sydney, Australia, Nov. 2001 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

Daniela Damian, and A. Eberlein. Groupware support for requirements negotiations in distributed software development. Proceedings of 4th ICSE Workshop on Software Engineering over the Internet, Toronto, Canada, May 2001 (Abstract, BibTexDOI)

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