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Tainyi Luor – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • assessment of institutions scholars and contributions on Agile Software Development 2001 2012
    Journal of Systems and Software, 2014
    Co-Authors: Sun-wen Chuang, Tainyi Luor

    Abstract:

    Abstract The number of scholarly publications on Agile Software Development has grown significantly in recent years. Several researchers reviewed and attempted to synthesize studies on Agile Software Development. However, no work has ranked the contributions of scholars and institutions to publications using a thorough process. This study presents findings on top publications, institutions, and scholars in the Agile Software Development field from 2001 to 2012 based on the publication of such works in Science Citation Index journals. This paper highlights the key outlets for Agile research and summarizes the most influential researchers and institutions as well as the most studied research areas. This study concludes by providing directions for future research.

  • Assessment of institutions, scholars, and contributions on Agile Software Development (2001–2012)
    Journal of Systems and Software, 2014
    Co-Authors: Sun-wen Chuang, Tainyi Luor

    Abstract:

    Abstract The number of scholarly publications on Agile Software Development has grown significantly in recent years. Several researchers reviewed and attempted to synthesize studies on Agile Software Development. However, no work has ranked the contributions of scholars and institutions to publications using a thorough process. This study presents findings on top publications, institutions, and scholars in the Agile Software Development field from 2001 to 2012 based on the publication of such works in Science Citation Index journals. This paper highlights the key outlets for Agile research and summarizes the most influential researchers and institutions as well as the most studied research areas. This study concludes by providing directions for future research.

Tore Dyba – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Agile Software DevelopmentAgile Software Development: An Introduction and Overview
    Agile Software Development, 2010
    Co-Authors: Torgeir Dingsoyr, Tore Dyba, Nils Brede Moe

    Abstract:

    Agile Software Development is an important topic in Software engineering and information systems. This chapter provides a characterization and definition of Agile Software Development, an overview of research through a summary of existing overview studies, an analysis of the research literature so far, and an introduction to the main themes of this book. The first part of the book provides foundations and background of Agile Development. The second part describes findings from studies of Agile methods in practice. The third part identifies principal challenges and discusses new frontiers that Agile Development methods will meet in the future.

  • Agile Software DevelopmentAgile Software Development
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Torgeir Dingsoyr, Tore Dyba, Nils Brede Moe

    Abstract:

    Agile Software Development is an important topic in Software engineering and information systems. This chapter provides a characterization and definition of Agile Software Development, an overview of research through a summary of existing overview studies, an analysis of the research literature so far, and an introduction to the main themes of this book. The first part of the book provides foundations and background of Agile Development. The second part describes findings from studies of Agile methods in practice. The third part identifies principal challenges and discusses new frontiers that Agile Development methods will meet in the future.

  • a preliminary roadmap for empirical research on Agile Software Development
    Agile Conference, 2008
    Co-Authors: Torgeir Dingsoyr, Tore Dyba, Pekka Abrahamsson

    Abstract:

    Some claim that especially in the field of Agile Software Development the research lags years behind of the practice. In this paper, we characterize the status and main challenges for research on Agile Software Development, and propose a preliminary roadmap, focusing on providing more empirical research, primarily on experienced Agile teams and organizations, connecting better to existing streams of research in more established fields, giving more attention to management-oriented approaches, and finally give more emphasis to the core ideas in Agile Software Development in order to increase our understanding. We hope that this preliminary roadmap serves as a starting point for creating a common research agenda and enables the generation of fruitful discussions and research results from the field.

Sun-wen Chuang – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • assessment of institutions scholars and contributions on Agile Software Development 2001 2012
    Journal of Systems and Software, 2014
    Co-Authors: Sun-wen Chuang, Tainyi Luor

    Abstract:

    Abstract The number of scholarly publications on Agile Software Development has grown significantly in recent years. Several researchers reviewed and attempted to synthesize studies on Agile Software Development. However, no work has ranked the contributions of scholars and institutions to publications using a thorough process. This study presents findings on top publications, institutions, and scholars in the Agile Software Development field from 2001 to 2012 based on the publication of such works in Science Citation Index journals. This paper highlights the key outlets for Agile research and summarizes the most influential researchers and institutions as well as the most studied research areas. This study concludes by providing directions for future research.

  • Assessment of institutions, scholars, and contributions on Agile Software Development (2001–2012)
    Journal of Systems and Software, 2014
    Co-Authors: Sun-wen Chuang, Tainyi Luor

    Abstract:

    Abstract The number of scholarly publications on Agile Software Development has grown significantly in recent years. Several researchers reviewed and attempted to synthesize studies on Agile Software Development. However, no work has ranked the contributions of scholars and institutions to publications using a thorough process. This study presents findings on top publications, institutions, and scholars in the Agile Software Development field from 2001 to 2012 based on the publication of such works in Science Citation Index journals. This paper highlights the key outlets for Agile research and summarizes the most influential researchers and institutions as well as the most studied research areas. This study concludes by providing directions for future research.