Collaborative Software Engineering: An Annotated Bibliography (2004)
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PublisherDepartment of Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Canterbury
University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering
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This work is intended to be a useful starting point for those researching the field of Collaborative Software Engineering (Cse). We list research articles related to current Cse tools, models and discussions, as well as relevant papers in related fields. This paper does not present a taxonomy of CSE research, rather it is simply a categorised, annotated listing of articles that are likely to be of use to Cse researchers during their preliminary investigations.
CitationCook, C. (2004) Collaborative Software Engineering: An Annotated Bibliography. 44pp..
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