The innovative process of open source software is led in greater part by the end-users; therefore this aspect of open source software remains significant beyond the realm of traditional software development. Open Source Software Dynamics, Processes, and Applications is a multidisciplinary collection of research and approaches on the applications and processes of open source software. Highlighting the development processes performed by software programmers, the motivations of its participants, and the legal and economic issues that have been raised; this book is essential for scholars, students, and practitioners in the fields of software engineering and management as well as sociology.Thomas Moser is postdoctoral researcher of software and knowledge engineering at the Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems, TU Vienna, Austria. ... His primary research focus is on code forking in open source software. When not ... He received his PhD in computer science from the University of Oregon. ... From 1981-1998, he was a professor at the University of Southern California.
|Title||:||Open Source Software Dynamics, Processes, and Applications|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2013-02-28|