TESNA: A Tool for Detecting Coordination Problems


Amrit, Chintan and Hillegersberg, Jos van (2008) TESNA: A Tool for Detecting Coordination Problems. In: Chintan Amrit & Patrick Keil & Marco Kuhrmann (Eds.), REMIDI 2008 : Proceedings International Workshop on Tool Support and Requirements Management in Distributed Projects. CTIT Workshop Proceedings Series (WP08-01). University of Twente, Centre for Telematics and Information Technology (CTIT), Enschede, the Netherlands.

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Abstract:Detecting problems in coordination can prove to be very difficult. This is especially true in large globally distributed environments where the Software Development can quickly go out of the Project Manager’s control. In this paper we outline a methodology to analyse the socio-technical coordination structures. We also show how this can be made easier with the help of a tool called TESNA that we have developed.
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Additional information:Workshop is part of the International Conference on Global Software Engineering, ICGSE 2008, Bangalore, India, August 17-20, 2008
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