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Correlation Of Critical Success Factors With Success Of Software Projects: An Empirical Investigation
Software engineering researchers have, over the years, proposed different critical success factors (CSFs) which are believed to be critically correlated with the success of software projects. To conduct an empirical ...
Complexity, Size And Internal Quality In The Evolution Of Mobile Applications: An Exploratory Study
Mobile applications are becoming complex software systems as they rapidly evolve and grow constantly to meet user requirements. However, satisfying these requirements may lead to poor design choices known as `antipatterns' ...
A Two-Dimensional Method For Evaluating Maintainability And Reliability Of Open Source Software
Increased popularity of open source software (OSS) has led to a considerable proliferation of alternative software. However, there is a lack of studies in literature that shed light into the evaluation of OSS by organizations. ...