International Conference on
Global Software Engineering

ICGSE 2010
Princeton, NJ, USA
August 23-26, 2010
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Session 1 Session 4 Session 7
Session 2 Session 5 Session 8
Session 3 Session 6 Session 9

Session 1: Tools I: Support and Use
August 24th, 2010
10:30am - 12:00pm (30 min talks each)

  • Reflecting the Choice and Usage of Communication Tools in GSD Projects with Media Synchronicity Theory, by Niinimaki, Paasivaara, Piri, Lassenius

  • Tools to Support Global Software Development Processes: a Survey, by Portillo-Rodr�guez, Vizca�no, Piattini

  • Empirical Study of Tool Support in Highly Distributed Research Projects, by Prause, Reiners, Dencheva

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Session 2: Processes and Practices
August 24th, 2010
01:30pm - 03:00pm (30 min talks each)

  • A Taxonomy and Visual Notation for Modeling Globally Distributed Requirements Engineering Projects, by Laurent, Mader, Cleland-Huang, Steele

  • Agile Practices in Global Software Engineering - A Systematic Map, by Jalali, Wohlin

  • Crafting a Global Teaming Model for Architectural Knowledge Management, by Beecham, Noll, Richardson, Ali

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Session 3: Management Environments I
August 24th, 2010
03:30pm - 05:30pm (30 min talks each)

  • Culture in Global Software development - a Weakness or Strength?, by Deshpande, Richardson, Casey, Beecham

  • Managing Cognitive and Cultural Diversity in Global IT Teams, by Jablokow, Myers

  • Challenges and Solutions in Distributed Software Development Project Management: a Systematic Literature Review, by da Silva, Costa, França, Prikladnicki

  • Software Product Transfers: Lessons Learned from a Case Study, by Smite, Wohlin

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Session 4: Industry Experiences
August 25th, 2010
10:30am - 12:00am (25 min talks each)

  • Experience with a New Architecture Review Process using a Globally Distributed Architecture Review Team, by Duarte, Pires, Souza, Ros, Le�o, Silva, Cortellessa, Leite, Moss�, Cai

  • Global Software Engineering: Challenges in Customer Value Creation, by Bavani

  • Effort Estimation in Global Software Development Projects: Preliminary Results from a Survey, by Peixoto, Prikladnicki, Audy

  • Causal Analysis of Factors Governing Collaboration among Global Software Development Teams, by Mohapatra, Bjorndal, Smiley

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Session 5: Human Aspects
August 25th, 2010
01:30pm - 03:30pm (30 min talks each)

  • What Information would you like to know about your Co-worker?: A Case Study, by Aranda, Vizca�no, Palacio, Mor�n

  • Off-site Commitment and Voluntary Turnover in GSD Projects, by Hynninen, Piri, Niinimaki

  • Supporting collaboration in the geographically distributed work with communication tools in the remote district SME's, by Liukkunen, Lindberg, Hyysalo, Markkula

  • The Impact of Number of Sites in a Follow the Sun setting on the Actual and Perceived Working Speed and Accuracy: A Controlled Experiment, by Solingen, van, Valkema

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Session 6: Preparing Software Engineers for Global Software Environments
August 25th, 2010
04:00pm - 06:00pm (30 min talks each)

  • Preparing Students and Engineers for Global Software Development: A Systematic Review, by J. Monasor, Vizca�no, Piattini, Caballero

  • Performing a project in a Distributed Software Development Course: Lessons Learned, by Ciccozzi, Crnkovic

  • Using Content and Text Classification Methods to Characterize Team Performance, by Swigger, Brazile, Serce, Dafoulas, Nur Alpaslan, Lopez

  • Simulating Global Software Development in a Course Environment, by Keenan, Jia, Steele

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Session 7: Management Environments II: Assessing the Risk
August 26th, 2010
10:30am - 12:00am (30 min talks each)

  • A Rule-based Model for Customized Risk Identification in Distributed Software Development Projects, by Lamersdorf, M�nch, Fern�ndez-del Viso Torre, Rebate S�nchez, Heinz, Rombach

  • A New Perspective on GDSD Risk Management: Agile Risk Management, by Mudumba, Lee

  • Risk and Compliance Management Framework for Outsourced Global Software Development, by Magnusson, Chou

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Session 8: Tools II: Emerging Tools
August 26th, 2010
01:30pm - 03:00pm (30 min talks each)

  • Distributed Requirements Elicitation Using A Spatial Hypertext Wiki, by Solis, Ali

  • Virtual Open Conversation Spaces: Towards Improved Awareness in a GSE Setting, by Dullemond, Gameren, Solingen

  • Can Real-Time Machine Translation Overcome Language Barriers in Distributed Requirements Engineering?, by Calefato, Lanubile, Minervini

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Session 9: Management Environments III: Understanding Effort in a Global Context
August 26th, 2010
03:30pm - 04:30pm (30 min talks each)

  • Estimating the Effort Overhead in Global Software Development, by Lamersdorf, M�nch, Fern�ndez-del Viso Torre, Rebate S�nchez, Rombach

  • A Comparison of Industrial Process Descriptions for Global Custom Software Development, by Heijstek, Chaudron, Qiu, Schouten

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