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  • A Systematic Mapping Study of Tools for Distributed Software Development Teams

    Tell, Paolo; Ali Babar, Muhammad (2012)
    Context: A wide variety of technologies have been developed to support Global Software Development (GSD). However, the information about the dozens of available solutions is quite diverse and scattered making it quite difficult to have an overview able to identify common trends and unveil research gaps.Objective: The objective of this research is to systematically identify and classify a comprehensive list of the technologies that have been developed and/or used for supporting GSD teams.Metho...

    Modeling and Generating Strategy Games Mechanics

    Mahlmann, Tobias (2013)
    Strategy games are a popular genre of games with a long history, originatingfrom games like Chess or Go. The first strategy games were published as“Kriegspiele” (engl. wargames) in the late 18th century, intended for the education of young cadets. Since then strategy games were refined and transformed over two centuries into a medium of entertainment. Today’s computer strategy games have their roots in the board- and roleplaying games of the 20th century and enjoy great popularity. We use str...

    Continual Learning through Evolvable Neural Turing Machines

    Lüders, Benno; Schläger, Mikkel; Risi, Sebastian (2016)
    Continual learning, i.e. the ability to sequentially learn tasks without catastrophicforgetting of previously learned ones, is an important open challenge in machinelearning. In this paper we take a step in this direction by showing that the recentlyproposed Evolving Neural Turing Machine (ENTM) approach is able to performone-shot learning in a reinforcement learning task without catastrophic forgettingof previously stored associations.

    An Empirical Evaluation of an Activity-Based Infrastructure for Supporting Cooperation in Software Engineering

    Tell, Paolo; Babar, Muhammad Ali (2016)
    Software engineering (SE) is predominantly a team effort that needs close cooperation among several people who may be geographically distributed. It has been recognized that appropriate tool support is a prerequisite to improve cooperation within SE teams. In an effort to contribute to this line of research, we have designed and developed an infrastructure, called ABC4GSD, based on the models of activity theory (AT) and the principles of the activity-based computing (ABC) paradigm. In this pa...
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