Rachel Jane McCrindle

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During the past three decades a number of theories have been proposed to explain the idiosyncrasies of software development as a team activity. These theories variously relate to: adding more programmers to a late project makes it later (Brooks); the structure of the system mirrors the structure of the organization that designed it (Conway); software(More)
This paper introduces an innovative visualisation technique for exposing the software defects that develop as a software project evolves. The application of this technique to a large-scale industrial software project is described together with the way in which the technique was modified to enable integration with the software configuration management(More)
— Brain injuries, including stroke, can be debilitating incidents with potential for severe long term effects; many people stop making significant progress once leaving in-patient medical care and are unable to fully restore their quality of life when returning home. The aim of this collaborative project, between the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and(More)
Background. Falls and fear of falling present a major risk to older people as both can affect their quality of life and independence. Mobile assistive technologies (AT) fall detection devices may maximise the potential for older people to live independently for as long as possible within their own homes by facilitating early detection of falls. Aims. To(More)