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|Major Goal||Minor Goal||Contribution Value||Situation|
|Improved Effectiveness (performance)||Improved design quality||++||In General|
|Improved Effectiveness (performance)||Reduced development cost||-||In General|
|Improved Effectiveness (performance)||Reduced defects in code (more correctness)||++||In General|
|Improved Effectiveness (performance)||Faster problem solving||+||In General|
|Improved Communication||(None)||++||In General|
|Improved Communication||Improved knowledge sharing (among team members)||++||In General|
|Improved Collaboration||(None)||++||In General|
|Improved Job Satisfaction||(None)||++||In General|
|Improved Team Management||Reduced Staffing Risk||++||In General|
(S - Satisfied, PS - Partially Satisfied, U - Undefined, D - Denied, PD - Partly Denied)
|Major Requisite||Minor Requisite||Requisite Satisfaction Value||Situation|
- Study Type:
- Empirical Study
- Study Format:
- Controlled Experiment
- Cockburn; A.; & Williams; L. (2001). The costs and benefits of pair programming. (Ed.).In: Extreme programming examined (pp. 223-243); Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co.; Inc.
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