Release Planning - Using Feedback to Adapt Remote Laboratory Release Cycles

Publisher:
Kassel University Press
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
REV 2010: 7th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation, 2010, pp. 80 - 86
Issue Date:
2010-01
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Release planning, the process of allocating particular features to specific system releases, is generally considered to be complex task where multiple factors need to be evaluated. Stakeholder involvement is a particular aspect of the release process that is considered to be one of the major causes for uncertainty. Feedback from stakeholders and the use of this feedback into planning of release cycles is worthy of particular consideration. We can distinguish between stimulated feedback where feedback is explicitly elicited and naturally occurring feedback where the feedback is drawn from the stakeholders implicit behaviours. In this paper we analyse two streams of naturally occurring feedback ï½ usage analysis and acceptance analysis ï½ in the context of remote laboratory system adoption. A model based on acceptance analysis of stakeholder feedback is described. The model is based on identifying correlations between stakeholder business contexts and stakeholder acceptance records and is proposed as an alternative method for eliciting stakeholder needs in release planning of remote laboratories.
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