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Mutual Dependency of Distribution, Benefits and Causes: An Empirical Study

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1 Author(s)
Gumm, D.-C. ; Univ. of Hamburg, Hamburg

Benefits of distributed software development are discussed controversially. What is perceived as benefit in one case, may be only partially realizable, a disadvantage or even a myth in another one. This paper is a report on the results of an empirical study about distributed requirements engineering practice. The identified benefits are discussed according to related interpedendencies which show the Janus-faced nature of benefits and challenges in distributed project settings.

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Global Software Engineering, 2007. ICGSE 2007. Second IEEE International Conference on

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27-30 Aug. 2007