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    Models and Tools for Managing Distributed Software Development: A Systematic Literature Review

    14th International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE)

    Keele University, UK, 12 - 13 April 2010

    AUTHORS

    Catarina Costa, Camila Cunha, Rodrigo Rocha, A. César C. França, Fabio Q. B da Silva and Rafael Prikladnicki

    ABSTRACT

    In the last decade, it was possible to notice a significant increas e in Distributed Software Development approach (DSD). Objective/Method: This research aimed to identify effective models and tools for supporting the DSD management through a systematic literature Review. Results/Conclusion: 25 primary studies reveal that since 2000, the number of studies on DSD has significantly increased, while only few tools have been developed. Therefore, ther e is a dearth of tools for supporting the overall managerial process on distributed software development.

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