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38Issamadisy2002Empirical StudyExperiment Report50 developersNA2002"lssamadisy; A.; & Schalliol; G. (2002). Recognizing and responding to ""bad smells"" in extreme programming. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Software Engineering. Orlando; Florida; ACM"
47Janzen2005Empirical StudyLiterature SurveyNANA2005Janzen; D.; & Saiedian; H. (2005). Test-driven development concepts; taxonomy; and future direction. In Computer; 38(9); 43-50.
4Judy2008Empirical StudyExperiment ReportNAOxygen2006judy; K. H.; & Krumins-Beens; I. (2008). Great Scrums Need Great Product Owners: Unbounded Collaboration and Collective Product Ownership. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences; 462-462.
62Ketter2009Empirical StudyCase StudyNANA2009Ketter; W.; Banjanin; M.; Guikers; R.; & Kayser; A. (2009). Introducing an Agile Method for Enterprise Mash-Up Component Development. Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE Conference on Commerce and Enterprise Computing; IEEE Computer Society.
69Krasteva2008Empirical StudyCase Study3 teams of studentsSofia University St. Kliment Ohirdski; Bulgaria2008Krasteva; I. & Ilieva; S. (2008). Adopting an agile methodology - why it did not work. APSO '08.
63Krohn2009Empirical StudyExperiment ReportNAMyPIM2009T. Krohn; M. Kindsm?ller; and M. Herczeg; User-Centered Design Meets Feature-Driven Development: An Integrating Approach for Developing the Web Application myPIM; in Human Centered Design. p. 739-748l (2009)
5Larman2009Empirical StudyInterviewing SurveyNANA2009Larman; C.; & Vodde; B. (2009) Top Ten Organizational Impediments. accessed via:; in May; 2009
77Levy2003Theoretical StudyObservation2003Levy, J. (2003). If extreme programming is good management, what were we doing before? In EDN 48, 25; ABI/INFORM Global pp. 81-84.
10Lewis2007Empirical StudyExperiment Report300 developersmicrosoft IT2006Lewis; J.; & Neher; K. (2007). Over the Waterfall in a Barrel - MSIT Adventures in Scrum. Agile; 389-394
110Liou1990Empirical StudyTheoretical Study1990 Yihwa Irene Liou, Knowledge acquisition: issues, techniques, and methodology, SIGBDP '90 Proceedings of the 1990 ACM SIGBDP conference on Trends and directions in expert systems, 1990
105Liou1993Empirical StudyControlled Experiment1993Yihwa Irene Liou, Jay F. Nunamaker, Jr., An investigation into knowledge acquisition using a group decision support system, Information & Management, Volume 24, Issue 3, March 1993, Pages 121-132
85Lui2003Empirical StudyExperiment Report15 programmersHong Kong Polytechnic University2003Lui, K.M. & Chan, K. (2003). When does a pair outperform two individuals? In Marchesi, M., Succi, G. Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering. 4th International Conference, XP 2003. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol.2675)(pp.225-233). Berlin: Springer-Verlag
72Mann2005Empirical StudyLongitudinal Case Study4 - 7 developersPetroSleuth2005Mann; C. (2005). An Exploratory Longitudinal Case Study of Agile Methods in a Small Software Company. Calgary: University of Calgary.
71Mann2005-2Empirical StudyLongitudinal Case StudyNAPetroSleuth2005Mann; C. & Maurer; F. A case study on the impact of scrum on overtime and customer satisfaction.
73Marchesi2007Empirical StudyExperiment Report4 researchersNA2007Marchesi; M.; Mannaro; K.; Uras; S. & Locci; M. (2007). Distributed Scrum in Research Project Management; in Agile Processes in Software Engineering and Extreme Programming; Vol. 4536 (2007); pp. 240-244.
36Martin2003Empirical StudyExperiment ReportNANA2003Martin; A.; Noble; J.; & Biddle; R. (2003). Being Jane Malkovich: A Look Into the World of an XP Customer. (Ed.).In: Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering (pp. 1012-1012)
40Martin2004Empirical StudyExperiment Report3 companiesNA2004Martin; A.; Biddle; R.; & Noble; J. (2004). The XP Customer Role in Practice: Three Studies. Proceedings of the Agile Development Conference; IEEE Computer Society.
28Martin2007Empirical StudyEthnography7 full-time developerNA2007Martin; D.; Rooksby; J.; & Rouncefield; M. (2007). Users as contextual features of software product development and testing. Proceedings of the 2007 international ACM conference on Supporting group work. Sanibel Island; Florida; USA; ACM.
42Maximilien2003Empirical StudyExperiment ReportNAIBM2003Maximilien; E. M.; & Williams; L. (2003). Assessing test-driven development at IBM. Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Software Engineering. Portland; Oregon; IEEE Computer Society.
22Mendes2005Empirical StudyLiterature SurveyNANA2005Mendes; E.; Al-Fakhri; L. B.; & Luxton-Reilly; A. (2005). Investigating pair-programming in a second-year software development and design computer science course. Proceedings of the 10th annual SIGCSE conference on Innovation and technology in computer science education. Caparica; Portugal; ACM
96Mnkandla2010BookBook2008Mnkandla, E. (2008). A selection framework for agile methodology practices: a family of methodologies approach. Doctoral thesis, University of The Witwatersand, Johannesburg.
67Moe2010Empirical StudyCase Study6 developers; 1 Scrum master; 1 product ownerNA2010Moe; N.; Dings?yr; T. & Dyb?; T.(2010). A teamwork model for understanding an agile team: a case study of a Scrum project. I Information and software technology; 52; 580-491.
8Moore2007Empirical StudyExperiment Reportfour scrum teams with 4-5 developers per team3M Company2006Moore; R.; Reff; K.; Graham; J.; & Hackerson; B. (2007). Scrum at a Fortune 500 Manufacturing Company. Agile; 175 - 180.
68Moore2007-2Empirical StudyCase Study4 teams of 4-5 developers3M2007Moore; R.; Reff; K.; Graham; J. & Hackerson; B. (2007). Scrum at a Fortune 500 manufacturing company. In IEEE.
76Moser2006Empirical StudyCase Study4 developersVTT Electronics2006Moser, R., Sillitti, A., Abrahamsson, P. & Succi, G. (2006). Does refactoring improve reusability. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), vol. 4039 LNCS, pp. 287-297