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A Hybrid Simulation Model for Open Software Development Processes

07/15/2021
by   Razieh Saremi, et al.
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Open software development provides software organizations access to infinite online resource supply. The resource supply is a pool of unknown workers who work from different location and time zone and are interested in performing various type of tasks. Improper task execution in such dynamic and competitive environment leads to zero task registration, zero task submissions or low qualified submissions due to unforeseen reasons such as uncertainty in workers' behavior and performance. Therefore, to ensure effectiveness of open software development, there is a need for improved understanding and visibility into characteristics associated with attracting reliable workers in making qualified submissions and reducing task failure.

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