Knowledge transfer model for the development of software equirements analysis CASE tools to be used in cross time-zone projects

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Convergence Information Technology Research Center
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Journal article
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Chaczko Zenon, Quang Jenny, and Moulton Bruce 2010, 'Knowledge transfer model for the development of software equirements analysis CASE tools to be used in cross time-zone projects', Convergence Information Technology Research Center, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 10-15.
Issue Date:
2010
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This article describes work undertaken to evaluate an approach for developing collaborative requirementsanalysis CASE tools that are specifically designed to address the needs of cross-time-zone development teams, that is, teams spread across different geographical locations around the world. Few of the software requirements analysis computer assisted software environment (CASE) tools readily available are designed specifically for cross-time-zone development activities. We propose a specifically tailored data and knowledge-transfer model, and investigate its suitability for the development of a cross-time-zone oriented CASE tool. The approach was used to develop a working prototype. The approach and prototype will be further evaluated in a collaborative undertaking involving the Wroclaw University of Technology, the University of Technology Sydney and the University of Arizona (UA).
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