Daniela Damian
Daniela Damian
Professor of Computer Science, University of Victoria
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TitleCited byYear
Selecting empirical methods for software engineering research
S Easterbrook, J Singer, MA Storey, D Damian
Guide to advanced empirical software engineering, 285-311, 2008
9842008
RE challenges in multi-site software development organisations
DE Damian, D Zowghi
Requirements engineering 8 (3), 149-160, 2003
560*2003
The promises and perils of mining GitHub
E Kalliamvakou, G Gousios, K Blincoe, L Singer, DM German, D Damian
Proceedings of the 11th working conference on mining software repositories …, 2014
3452014
Guest editors' introduction: Global software development: How far have we come?
D Damian, D Moitra
IEEE software 23 (5), 17-19, 2006
2872006
Essential communication practices for Extreme Programming in a global software development team
L Layman, L Williams, D Damian, H Bures
Information and software technology 48 (9), 781-794, 2006
2862006
Stakeholders in global requirements engineering: Lessons learned from practice
D Damian
IEEE software 24 (2), 21-27, 2007
2322007
Predicting build failures using social network analysis on developer communication
T Wolf, A Schroter, D Damian, T Nguyen
Proceedings of the 31st International Conference on Software Engineering, 1-11, 2009
2102009
Awareness in the wild: Why communication breakdowns occur
D Damian, L Izquierdo, J Singer, I Kwan
International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2007), 81-90, 2007
2082007
An empirical study of the complex relationships between requirements engineering processes and other processes that lead to payoffs in productivity, quality, and risk management
D Damian, J Chisan
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 32 (7), 433-453, 2006
1922006
An insight into the interplay between culture, conflict and distance in globally distributed requirements negotiations
DE Damian, D Zowghi
36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003 …, 2003
1422003
Distributed Software Development: Practices and challenges in different business strategies of offshoring and onshoring
R Prikladnicki, JLN Audy, D Damian, TC de Oliveira
International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2007), 262-274, 2007
1262007
Global software development and delay: Does distance still matter?
T Nguyen, T Wolf, D Damian
2008 IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering, 45-54, 2008
1172008
Instructional design and assessment strategies for teaching global software development: a framework
D Damian, A Hadwin, B Al-Ani
Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Software engineering …, 2006
1062006
Work practices and challenges in pull-based development: the contributor's perspective
G Gousios, MA Storey, A Bacchelli
2016 IEEE/ACM 38th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE …, 2016
1052016
Does socio-technical congruence have an effect on software build success? a study of coordination in a software project
I Kwan, A Schroter, D Damian
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 37 (3), 307-324, 2011
1052011
Collaboration patterns and the impact of distance on awareness in requirements-centred social networks
D Damian, S Marczak, I Kwan
15th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE 2007), 59-68, 2007
1042007
Using different communication media in requirements negotiation
DEH Damian, A Eberlein, MLG Shaw, BR Gaines
IEEE Software 17 (3), 28-36, 2000
1022000
Mining task-based social networks to explore collaboration in software teams
T Wolf, A Schröter, D Damian, LD Panjer, THD Nguyen
IEEE Software 26 (1), 58-66, 2008
1012008
StakeSource2. 0: using social networks of stakeholders to identify and prioritise requirements
SL Lim, D Damian, A Finkelstein
2011 33rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), 1022-1024, 2011
972011
Global software development: technical, organizational, and social challenges
F Lanubile, D Damian, HL Oppenheimer
ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 28 (6), 2-2, 2003
922003
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