Walt Scacchi mainly investigates Software development, Software development process, Software engineering, Social software engineering and Knowledge management. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Software system and Software development. Walt Scacchi has researched Software development process in several fields, including Workflow technology, Workflow, Personal software process and Process.
His study in Software engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Open-source software development, Set and Interface. His Social software engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Package development process, Software deployment, Software peer review and Resource-oriented architecture. His Knowledge management study deals with Organizational culture intersecting with Computer-mediated communication.
His primary areas of study are Software engineering, Software development, Social software engineering, Software system and Software construction. His Software engineering research integrates issues from Open-source software development, Software, Open source software, Open architecture and Software requirements. Software development process, Software peer review, Package development process, Personal software process and Software analytics are among the areas of Software development where Walt Scacchi concentrates his study.
His studies deal with areas such as Software project management, Software walkthrough and Software Engineering Process Group as well as Social software engineering. His study focuses on the intersection of Software system and fields such as Software deployment with connections in the field of Long-term support. His Software construction research includes elements of Software design and Systems engineering.
Software engineering, Software development, Software system, Social software engineering and Software construction are his primary areas of study. Walt Scacchi has included themes like Open architecture, Engineering ethics, Game Developer and Game testing in his Software engineering study. His research investigates the connection between Software development and topics such as World Wide Web that intersect with problems in Open source software and Focus.
His Software system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computer security, Software deployment and Reference architecture. His work deals with themes such as Software requirements, Requirements engineering, Software walkthrough, Personal software process and Software Engineering Process Group, which intersect with Social software engineering. The Personal software process study combines topics in areas such as Crowdsourcing software development and Knowledge management.
Walt Scacchi spends much of his time researching Software development, Social software engineering, Software peer review, World Wide Web and Software engineering. His Software development study incorporates themes from Software system and Knowledge management. His research integrates issues of Software project management, Open-source software development, Open architecture and Engineering management in his study of Knowledge management.
His Software peer review research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Package development process and Software analytics, Software development process. Walt Scacchi interconnects Field and Software, Open source software in the investigation of issues within World Wide Web. His research on Software engineering also deals with topics like
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The Web of Computing: Computer Technology as Social Organization
Rob Kling;Walt Scacchi.
Understanding the requirements for developing open source software systems
IEE Proceedings - Software (2002)
Process Models in Software Engineering
Encyclopedia of Software Engineering (2002)
Extracting and restructuring the design of large systems
S.C. Choi;W. Scacchi.
IEEE Software (1990)
Free and open source development practices in the game community
IEEE Software (2004)
Understanding Free/Open Source Software Development Processes
Walt Scacchi;Joseph Feller;Brian Fitzgerald;Scott A. Hissam.
Role Migration and Advancement Processes in OSSD Projects: A Comparative Case Study
Chris Jensen;Walt Scacchi.
international conference on software engineering (2007)
Free/open source software development
foundations of software engineering (2007)
A hypertext system to manage software life-cycle documents
P.K. Garg;W. Scacchi.
IEEE Software (1990)
Report from the NSF workshop on workflow and process automation in information systems
Amit Sheth;Dimitrios Georgakopoulos;Stef M. M. Joosten;Marek Rusinkiewicz.
ACM Sigsoft Software Engineering Notes (1997)
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