Panagiotis Sfetsos

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In spite of numerous traditional and agile software project management models proposed, process and project modeling still remains an open issue. This paper proposes a Bayesian Network (BN) approach for modeling software project management antipatterns. This approach provides a framework for project managers, who would like to model the cause-effect(More)
In this paper we discuss our empirical study about the advantages and difficulties 15 Greek software companies experienced applying Extreme Programming (XP) as a holistic system in software development. Based on a generic XP system including feedback influences and using a cause-effect model including social-technical affecting factors, as our research(More)
Software development based on third-party libraries is becoming increasingly popular in recent years. Nowadays, the plethora of open-source libraries that are freely available to developers, offer great reuse opportunities, with relatively low cost. However, the reuse process is in many cases rather ad-hoc. In this paper, we investigate reuse processes in(More)