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  • UFPB Researchers at WDDS 2011

    Publicado em August 15th, 2011Uncategorized

    UFPB researchers that are members from the INES project named as “Distributed Development based on Software Product Lines” has two papers accepted at 5th Brazilian Workshop on Distributed Software Development (WDDS).

    Publications’ details:

    * RIBEIRO, B. L. ; ELIAS, G. . Uso de Atributos Não-técnicos na Alocação de Equipes em Projetos de Desenvolvimento Distribuído de Software. In: V Workshop de Desenvolvimento Distribuído de Software, 2011, São Paulo.

    Abstract: Taking into account the benefits of global software development, many organizations allocate implementation tasks among globally distributed teams. However, their geographical distance generates several issues which reduce the communication effectiveness, directly affecting the project’s progress. In order to mitigate such issues, based on non-technical features of distributed development teams and dependences among software modules, this paper describes an approach for recommending the allocation of development teams to implementation tasks of software modules, detailing the used attributes on the non-technical analysis and how they are obtained.

    * SANTOS, V. S. ; ELIAS, G. . Uma Abordagem Baseada em Lógica Nebulosa para Seleção de Equipes Distribuídas Tecnicamente Qualificadas. In: V Workshop de Desenvolvimento Distribuído de Software, 2011, São Paulo.

    Abstract: The selection process of human resources is complex and inherently subjective, requiring to measure and represent knowledge and experience of professionals. Such difficulty is even higher in a distributed setting. Furthermore, in the context of software projects, specific needs should be taken into account to make possible to identify and select the best skilled professionals to develop a project. Thereby, in order to abstract complexity and subjectivity, this paper presents a fuzzy logic based approach for selecting technically skilled teams to implement software modules of distributed software product line projects.

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