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Agile Scrum Development in an ad hoc Software Collaboration

@article{Baxter2021AgileSD,
  title={Agile Scrum Development in an ad hoc Software Collaboration},
  author={A. L. Baxter and Segev BenZvi and W M Bonivento and A. D. Brazier and Michael Clark and A. Coleiro and D. Collom and M Colomer-Molla and Bryce Cousins and A. Delgado Orellana and Damien Dornic and V. Ekimtcov and Sayed M. Elsayed and Andrea Gallo Rosso and Patrick Godwin and Spencer Griswold and Alec Habig and Shunsaku Horiuchi and David A. Howell and M. W. G. Johnson and Mario Juric and James P. Kneller and Abigail Kopec and Claudio Kopper and Vladimir Kulikovskiy and Mathieu Lamoureux and Rafael F. Lang and S. Li and Massimiliano Lincetto and W. Lindstrom and M. W. Linvill and Curtis McCully and Jost Migenda and Dan Milisavljevic and S. Nelson and R. V. Novoseltseva and EdD Patricia S. O'Sullivan and Don Petravick and Barry Pointon and Nirmal Raj and Andrew Renshaw and Janet Rumleskie and R. Tapia and J. C.-L. Tseng and Christopher Tunnell and C. F. Vigorito and C. J. Virtue and C. Weaver and Lindley Winslow and Robert Wolski and X. Xu and Y Q Xu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.07779}
}
ions – The principle abstractions in the Agile process in this collaboration are the Epic, the User Story, the task, and the Backlog. An Epic is an overarching functionality road-map for the software. It is expressed in terms of User Stories and the relationships between them. A User Story is a description of a specific functionality a user would like to have the software implement. Typically, a User Story consists of the identification of the user’s role, the functionality, and the expected… 
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