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A major problem in the software development process is that design documents are rarely kept up-to-date with the implementation, and thus become irrelevant for extracting test plans or reviews. Furthermore, design documents tend to become very long and often impossible to review and comprehend.
Multi-directional asynchronous replication is a desired mechanism which allows updates to be performed locally at any site, and later propagated asynchronously to other sites. This paper proposes using second order snapshot-log relations as a mechanism for extending the use of single-directional asynchronous replication to multi-directional. The proposed… (More)
The engagement of stakeholders in the project lifecycle is a key factor in the success of any project. Yet getting stakeholders engaged is a difficult task. The problem is further exacerbated when the software development project is globally distributed, mainly because of communication barriers between different stakeholders. In this paper we describe… (More)