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    • A situational approach for the definition and tailoring of a data-driven software evolution method 

      Franch Gutiérrez, Javier; Ralyté, Jolita; Perini, Anna; Abelló Gamazo, Alberto; Ameller, David; Gorroñogoitia, Jesús; Nadal Francesch, Sergi; Oriol Hilari, Marc; Seyff, Norbert; Siena, Alberto; Susi, Angelo (Springer, 2018)
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      Successful software evolution heavily depends on the selection of the right features to be included in the next release. Such selection is difficult, and companies often report bad experiences about user acceptance. To ...
    • Agile quality requirements management best practices portfolio : a situational method engineering approach 

      López Cuesta, Lidia; Behutiye, Woubshet; Karhapää, Pertti; Ralyté, Jolita; Franch Gutiérrez, Javier; Oivo, Markku (Springer, 2017)
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      Management of Quality Requirements (QRs) is determinant for the success of software projects. However, this management is currently under-considered in software projects and in particular, in agile methods. Although agile ...
    • OSSAP: A situational method for defining open source software adoption processes 

      López Cuesta, Lidia; Costal Costa, Dolors; Ralyté, Jolita; Franch Gutiérrez, Javier; Méndez, Lucía; Annosi, Maria Carmela (Springer, 2016)
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      Organizations are increasingly becoming Open Source Software (OSS) adopters, either as a result of a strategic decision or just as a consequence of technological choices. The strategy followed to adopt OSS shapes organizations’ ...
    • Preface [to the Special Issue on CAiSE 2012] 

      Franch Gutiérrez, Javier; Ralyté, Jolita (2014)
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    • Using contextual goal models for constructing situational methods 

      Ralyté, Jolita; Franch Gutiérrez, Javier (Springer, 2018)
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      Situation and intention are two fundamental notions in situational method engineering (SME). They are used to assess the context of an ISD project and to specify method requirements in this context. They also allow defining ...