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Lista com Estudos Incluídos

As publicações selecionadas, receberam cada uma um ID, que foram compostas pelas siglas PA, ou PM seguidas de um número. “P” foi utilizado para designar o termo “Publicação”, “A” para indiciar que a publicação foi encontrada pela busca automática e “M”, para as buscas manuais. Como segue na tabela a seguir:

 

ID

Título

Ano

Autores

País

PA01

A longitudinal case study of an emerging software ecosystem Implications for practice and theory

2012

Geir K. Hanssena

Noruega

PA02

Agent based simulation for online shopping platform rules

2013

Qing Zhou

China

 

 

 

Qingqing Zhang

China

 

 

 

Xiao Luo

China

 

 

 

Xuan Cai

China

PA03

An overview of Dynamic Software Product Line architectures and techniques Observations from research and industry

2014

Rafael Capilla

Espanha

 

 

 

Jan Bosch

Suécia

 

 

 

Pablo Trinidad

Espanha

 

 

 

Antonio Ruiz-Cortés

Espanha

 

 

 

Mike Hinchey

Irlanda

PA04

Analysis and design of software ecosystem architectures   Towards the 4S telemedicine ecosystem

2014

Henrik Bærbak Christensen

Dinamarca

 

 

 

Klaus Marius Hansen

Dinamarca

 

 

 

Morten Kyng

Dinamarca

 

 

 

Konstantinos Manikas

Dinamarca

PA05

Benchmark frameworks and (pi)Bench

2013

Stephen W. Thomas

Canada

 

 

 

Richard T. Snodgrass

EUA

 

 

 

Rui Zhang

EUA

PA06

Bridges and barriers to hardware dependent software ecosystem participation   A case study

2014

Krzysztof Wnuk

Suécia

 

 

 

Per Runeson

Suécia

 

 

 

Matilda Lantz

Suécia

 

 

 

Oskar Weijden

Suécia

PA07

Characteristics of software ecosystems for Federated Embedded Systems A case study

2014

Jakob Axelsson

Suécia

 

 

 

Efi Papatheocharous

Suécia

 

 

 

Jesper Andersson

Suécia

PA08

CodeAware: Sensor-Based Fine-Grained Monitoring and Management of Software Artifacts

2015

Rui Abreu

EUA

 

 

 

Hakan Erdogmus

EUA

 

 

 

Alexandre Perez

EUA

PA09

Co-evolution of the Eclipse SDK Framework and its Third-party Plug-ins

2013

John Businge

Holanda

PA10

Collaboration optimization in software process composition

2015

Andréa Magalhães Magdaleno

Brasil

 

 

 

Marcio de Oliveira Barros

Brasil

 

 

 

Cláudia Maria Lima Werner

Brasil

 

 

 

Renata Mendes de Araujo

Brasil

 

 

 

Carlos Freud Alves Batista

Brasil

PA11

Communication Factors for Speed and Reuse in Large- Scale Agile Software Development

2013

Antonio Martini

Suécia

 

 

 

Lars Pareto

Suécia

 

 

 

Jan Bosch

Suécia

PA12

Continuous API Design for Software Ecosystems

2015

Eric Knauss

Suécia

 

 

 

Leonardo Costantini

Suécia

PA13

Developing an Open Source Strategy for NASA Earth Science Data Systems

2012

Chris A. Mattmann

EUA

 

 

 

Robert R. Downs

EUA

 

 

 

Paul M. Ramirez

EUA

 

 

 

Cameron Goodale

EUA

 

 

 

Andrew F. Hart

EUA

PA14

Digital ecosystems Ecosystem oriented architectures

2011

Gerard Briscoe

Reino Unido

 

 

 

Suzanne Sadedin

EUA

 

 

 

Philippe De Wilde

Reino Unido

PA15

ESAO: Towards Data- and Ecosystem-driven R&D

2014

Jan Bosch

Suécia

PA16

Factors affecting application developers

2014

Min Ho Ryu

EUA

 

 

 

Junghwan Kim

EUA

 

 

 

Seongcheol Kim

Coréia do Sul

PA17

From integration to composition On the impact of software product lines, global development and ecosystems

2010

Jan Bosch

Suécia

 

 

 

Petra Bosch-Sijtsema

EUA

PA18

From proprietary to open source   Growing an open source ecosystem

2012

Terhi Kilamo

Finlandia

 

 

 

Imed Hammouda

Finlandia

 

 

 

Tommi Mikkonen

Finlandia

 

 

 

Timo Aaltonen

Finlandia

PA19

Integrated Service Engineering Workbench: Service Engineering for Digital Ecosystems

2009

Gregor Scheithauer

Alemanha

 

 

 

Matthias Heinrich

Alemanha

 

 

 

Konrad Voigt

Alemanha

 

 

 

Anja Strunk

Alemanha

 

 

 

Veli Bicer

Alemanha

 

 

 

Matthias Winkler

Alemanha

PA20

Investigating Country Differences in Mobile App User Behavior and Challenges for Software Engineering

2015

Soo Ling Lim

Japão

 

 

 

Peter J. Bentley

Inglaterra

 

 

 

Natalie Kanakam

Inglaterra

 

 

 

Fuyuki Ishikawa

Japão

 

 

 

Shinichi Honiden

Japão

PA21

Keeping the Development Environment Up to Date—A Study of the Situated Practices of Appropriating the Eclipse IDE

2014

Sebastian Draxler

Alemanha

 

 

 

Gunnar Stevens

Alemanha

 

 

 

Alexander Boden

Alemanha

PA22

Lessons learned from applying social network analysis on an industrial Free/Libre/Open Source Software ecosystem

2015

Jose Teixeira

Finlandia

 

 

 

Gregorio Robles

Espanha

 

 

 

Jesús M. González-Barahona

Espanha

PA23

Management of community contributions A case study on the Android and Linux software ecosystems

2013

Nicolas Bettenburg

Canada

 

 

 

Ahmed E. Hassan

Canada

 

 

 

Bram Adams

Canada

 

 

 

Daniel M. German

Canada

PA24

A Method for Analyzing Software Product Line Ecosystems

2010

John D. McGregor

EUA

PA25

MobiCloUP! A PaaS for cloud services based mobile applications

2014

Luis Omar Colombo-Mendoza

México

 

 

 

Giner Alor-Hernández

México

 

 

 

Alejandro Rodríguez-gonzález

Espanha

 

 

 

Rafael Valencia-garcía

Espanha

PA26

Mobile Application Stores: Success Factors, Existing Approaches, and Future Developments

2012

Félix Cuadrado

Inglaterra

 

 

 

Juan C. Dueñas

Espanha

PA27

Model-Driven Software Development Approaches in Robotics Research

2014

Arunkumar Ramaswamy

França

 

 

 

Bruno Monsuez

França

 

 

 

Adriana Tapus

França

PA28

Multi device application middleware Leveraging the ubiquity of the Web with webinos

2013

Heiko Desruelle

Bélgica

 

 

 

Simon Isenberg

Alemanha

 

 

 

John Lyle

Alemanha

 

 

 

Frank Gielen

Bélgica

PA29

ODP RM reflections on open service ecosystems

2013

Lea Kutvonen

Finlandia

PA30

On the variation and specialisation of workload   A case study of the Gnome ecosystem community

2014

Bogdan Vasilescu

Holanda

 

 

 

Alexander Serebrenik

Holanda

 

 

 

Mathieu Goeminne

Bélgica

 

 

 

Tom Mens

Bélgica

PA31

Openness and Requirements: Opportunities and Tradeoffs in Software Ecosystems

2014

Eric Knauss

Suécia

 

 

 

Daniela Damian

Canada

 

 

 

Alessia Knauss

Canada

 

 

 

Arber Borici

Canada

PA32

Persistent problems and practices in information systems development A study of mobile applications development and distribution

2014

Birgitta Bergvall-Kåreborn

Suécia

 

 

 

Debra Howcroft

Inglaterra

PA33

Pro-Active Service Ecosystem Framework

2014

Tiago Cardoso

Portugal

 

 

 

Luis M. Camarinha-Matos

Portugal

PA34

Programmatically defining the software footprint of sensor networks using the Android platform

2013

Thomas Moore

Austrália

 

 

 

Sameer Tilak

EUA

 

 

 

Phillip Papadouplous

EUA

 

 

 

Luca Clementi

EUA

PA35

Requirements Negotiation Model: A Social Oriented Approach for Software Ecosystems Evolution

2013

George Valença

Brasil

PA36

Revisiting the Concept of Components in Software Engineering from a Software Ecosystem Perspective

2010

Rodrigo Pereira dos Santos

Brasil

 

 

 

Cláudia Maria Lima Werner

Brasil

PA37

Risk Based Testing of Open Source Software (OSS)

2014

Inbal Yahav

Israel

 

 

 

Ron S. Kenetty

Itália

 

 

 

Xiaoying Baiz

China

PA38

Shades of gray Opening up a software producing organization with the open software enterprise model

2012

Slinger Jansen

Holanda

 

 

 

Sjaak Brinkkemper

Holanda

 

 

 

Jurriaan Souer

Holanda

 

 

 

Lutzen Luinenburg

Holanda

PA39

Software ecosystems – A systematic literature review

2013

Konstantinos Manikas

Dinamarca

 

 

 

Klaus Marius Hansen

Dinamarca

PA40

Software ecosystems Taking software development beyond the boundaries of the organization

2012

Jan Bosch

Suécia

PA41

Software engineering beyond the project   Sustaining software ecosystems

2014

Yvonne Dittrich

Dinamarca

PA42

Supporting Architects in Mastering the Complexity of Open Software Ecosystems

2014

Jens Knodel

Alemanha

 

 

 

Matthias Naab

Alemanha

 

 

 

Dominik Rost

Alemanha

PA43

Supporting the Collaborative Appropriation of an Open Software Ecosystem

2011

Sebastian Draxler

Alemanha

 

 

 

Gunnar Stevens

Alemanha

PA44

Taking Digital Ecosystems to SMEs - A European case study

2007

Neil Rathbone

Inglaterra

PA45

The Apple business model Crowdsourcing mobile applications

2013

Birgitta Bergvall-Kåreborn

Suécia

 

 

 

Debra Howcroft

Inglaterra

PA46

The changing industry structure of software development for consumer electronics and its consequences for software architectures

2012

Herman Hartmann

Holanda

 

 

 

Tim Trew

Reino Unido

 

 

 

Jan Bosch

Suécia

PA47

The Merits of a Meritocracy in Open Source Software Ecosystems

2014

Evert Eckhardt

Holanda

 

 

 

Erwin Kaats

Holanda

 

 

 

Slinger Jansen

Holanda

 

 

 

Carina Alves

Brasil

PA48

The Public Software Ecosystem – Exploratory Survey

2013

Jarbas Lopes Cardoso Jr.

Brasil

 

 

 

Frederic Andres

Japão

 

 

 

Silvio Ernesto Barbin

Brasil

 

 

 

Oscar Salviano Silva Filho

Brasil

PA49

The Small Project Observatory Visualizing software ecosystems

2010

Mircea Lungu

Suiça

 

 

 

Michele Lanza

Suiça

 

 

 

Tudor Gîrba

Suiça

 

 

 

Romain Robbes

Suiça

PA50

Understanding the role of licenses and evolution in open architecture software ecosystems

2012

Walt Scacchi

EUA

 

 

 

Thomas A. Alspaugh

EUA

PA51

Understanding the scientific software ecosystem and its impact Current and future measures

2015

James Howison

EUA

 

 

 

Ewa Deelman

EUA

 

 

 

Michael J. McLennan

EUA

 

 

 

Rafael Ferreira da Silva

EUA

 

 

 

James D. Herbsleb

EUA

PA52

Variability mechanisms in software ecosystems

2014

Thorsten Berger

Canada

 

 

 

Rolf-Helge Pfeiffer

Dinamarca

 

 

 

Reinhard Tartler

Alemanha

 

 

 

Steffen Dienst

Alemanha

 

 

 

Krzysztof Czarnecki

Canada

 

 

 

Andrzej Wasowski

Dinamarca

 

 

 

Steven She

Canada

PA53

When Ecosystems Collide: Making Systems of Systems Work

2014

Simone da Silva Amorim

Brasil

 

 

 

John D. McGregor

EUA

 

 

 

Eduardo Santana de Almeida

Brasil

 

 

 

Christina von Flach G. Chavez

Brasil

PM01

An Analysis of Dynamic Strategies during the Lifecycle of Software Ecosystems: The DS-SECO Model

2015

Rodolfo V. C. L de Andrade

Brasil

 

 

 

Carina Frota Alves

Brasil

 

 

 

George Valença

Brasil

PM02

A Systematic Mapping on the Relations between Systems-of-Systems and Software Ecosystems

2015

Helvio Jeronimo Junior

Brasil

 

 

 

Cláudia Werner

Brasil

PM03

Observing the health of the ecosystem supporting the emerging connected vehicle system of systems

2015

John D. McGregor

EUA

 

 

 

Simone da Silva Amorim

Brasil

 

 

 

Eduardo Santana de Almeida

Brasil

 

 

 

Christina von Flach G. Chavez

Brasil

PM04

Research Opportunities for Mobile Software Ecosystems

2015

Awdren Fontão

Brasil

 

 

 

Rodrigo Santos

Brasil

 

 

 

Arilo Claudio Dias-Neto

Brasil

 

 

PA28

The historical values are stored in support of the context framework’s mechanisms for historical evaluation, pattern detection and reasoning, and the implementation of conflict resolution strategies.

Although the proposed platform is designed with a strong focus on taking benefit from online usage, all devices in the Personal Zone have access to a locally synchronized subset of the data maintained by the PZH

The current challenge in this domain is modeling the enormous amount of parameters and relationships that characterize the user context

 

ID

Estratégias

Benefícios

Desafios

 

PA01

Based on our findings we can derive a strategy that can be of practical value to other product line organizations. The shared interest in the product line (the shared value) is a key enabler for driving the collaboration between the actors in the ecosystem.

One potential benefit of being a member of a software ecosystem is the opportunity to exploit open innovation (Chesbrough, 2006), an approach derived from open source software processes where actors openly collaborate to achieve local and global benefits.

However, in the first release projects using Evo, it became a considerable challenge to maintain the motivation of the external stakeholders throughout the project.

 

PA02

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PA03

For webservices companies, as well as the software industry as a whole, themarket often operates based on the “winner takes all” principle. Consequently, building a large customer base as rapidly as possibleis a key strategy for long-term success.

For more than twenty years, companies havelaunched successful product lines to build software products faster and cheaper with higher quality. Several experiences in the product line hall of fame have demonstratedthe benefits of the adoption of a product line approach.

From the characterization of a DSPL described in the previous section we can figure out that runtime variability is one of the basic mechanisms any DSPL must provide. The role that run-time variability plays for launching and evolving DSPL productsbecomes relevant when system variants change dynamicallyover time.

 
 
 
 
 

PA04

There is significant related work on quality aspects of software ecosystems. One such aspect is ‘health’ or ‘sustainability’.

The business structure contains actor and software elements that are related to how actors create, deliver, and capture value. ‘Value’ here refers to the benefit an actor gets from the software ecosystem, e.g., in form of need satisfaction or problem solution.

The challenges include problems with existing economic models and the need for new ways to share costs between region and municipalities, poor equipment and system quality, and lack of system integration.

 
 
 
 

PA05

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We found that each additional benchmark required less time to create than the previous. Instead of having to create ten benchmarks from scratch, we created a single benchmark and slightly modified it ten times, using tools to automate as much as possible. In practice, we use each benchmark in Bench for some research project, and we have already reaped the benefits of reuse in terms of reduced development cost. We feel that benchmark frameworks are well worth any initial startup costs.

It is a challenging task to create datasets, schemas, and workloads that are both simple enough to be understood by a wide audience as well as realistic enough to be useful.

 
 
 

PA06

Therefore, we recommend hardwaredependent platform leaders to extensively study and plan their internal and external standards strategy as a way to govern the ecosystem and protect the most valuable assets.

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However, for hardware-dependent software ecosystems, opening external standards may actually allow other hardware vendors to access the market and create competing solutions. Therefore, we recommend hardwaredependent platform leaders to extensively study and plan their internal and external standards strategy as a way to govern the ecosystem and protect the most valuable assets.

 
 
 
 

PA07

The basis for the analysis was a series of interviews with representatives of the key actors in such an ecosystem

In all our interviews the discussion led to a clear indication that the benefit from letting ES connect and allowing dynamic software add-ons is very interesting for the industries included in the case study, especially when it comes to providing new functionality and services, reducing time to market, adapting to niche segments, and improving innovation through working with external partners

the interviews also clearly confirmed our hypothesis that it is not sufficient to only solve the technical challenges with FES, but that business related issues are at least as important and demanding

 
 
 

PA08

The proposed ecosystem unifies both a programmatic paradigm and a physical metaphor with existing analysis techniques and quality methods.

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(i) ensuring smooth evolution and continuous integrity; (ii) ensuring performance; (iii) controlling impact on sensed artifacts (footprint, performance, behavior); (iv) management and maintainability throughout the project lifespan in which artifacts, probes and actors are defined and deployed by different people (we envision specialized coordinators will have network management responsibilities); (v) defining and ensuring privacy and security (how to distinguish a user action from an actuator action, how to handle artifact access privileges for probes); (vi) interoperability of agents; (vii) dealing with code evolution (what happens when the code is refactored, how to maintain the binding between hosts and probes as hosts evolve and change identity); (viii) how to ensure scalability (what happens when there are thousands of probes scattered around); (ix) how to ensure that the system remains extensible and continues to support incremental evolution.

 
 
 

PA09

Furthermore, we propose solutions tothe identified challenges, like changes indevelopment strategy to both interface providers and interface users.

Today, many software developers build systems on top of frameworks (e.g., currently Eclipse marketplace1 reports over 1,478 Eclipse solutions developed and three million Eclipse solutions directly installed from Eclipse). This approach has many advantages, such as reuse of the functionality provided and increasing productivity

1) evolution to keep up with the changes introduced in the framework (framework-based evolution); 2) evolution in response to the specific requirements of the stakeholders of the systems itself (general evolution).

 

PA10

This work is based on the second strategy (process composition), which has the potential to deal with process diversity or variability, help to disseminate knowledge and successful experiences, and adapt software processes for utilization ina different context than the one to which it was originally defined.

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However, collaboration also faces some challenges, such as: delays in carrying out tasks collaboratively; lack of work coordination; high cost of decision making; and resistance to knowledge sharing. In these cases, substantial time and resources may be consumed in inefficient collaborative activities without yielding the desired benefits.

 
 
 
 
 

PA11

The speed offered by Agile Software Development is needed for short time to market, while reuse strategies such as Software Product Line Engineering are needed for long-term productivity, efficiency, and profit.

On the basis of a literature review on ASD, Turk, France and Rumpe, give their perception about what the limitations of the ASD are [19]. They mention Limited support for building reusable artifacts, describing the importance of reuse practices, which bring especially long-term benefits.

However several imperative studies in companies trying to combine ASD practices with SPLE or SPLE-like practices have shown engineering communication to stand out as major challenge. Past research by the authors found communication related challenges to outnumber the challenges in any other areas of software engineering

 
 
 

PA12

However, software ecosystems are usually evolving at a high pace given their dynamic structure and the continuously changing business strategies of ecosystem actors.

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To allow application developers to achieve expected results in an efficient fashion is still a challenge

 
 

PA13

On the other hand, forks (or insulation) as a strategy is typically employed in software systems that consume open source products, as an effort to both maintain local adaptations, and changes, independent of the upstream release cycle, and of its community, and also to provide local bug fixes without having to wait for an official release.

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PA14

As we discussed earlier, biomimicry, when done well, is not slavish imitation; it is inspiration using the principles which nature has demonstrated to be successful design strategies

Biomimicry in computer science is called NIC or Natural Computation, and the benefits of natural computation technologies often mimic those found in real natural systems, such as flexibility, adaptability, robustness, and decentralised control.

A key challenge in modern computing is to develop systems that address complex, dynamic problems in a scalable and efficient way, because the increasing complexity of software makes designing and maintaining efficient and flexible systems a growing challenge

 
 
 

PA15

The ESAO model provides a framework for addressing the aforementioned challenges. It provides an internal perspective as well as an ecosystem perspective and for each perspective offers a strategic, architectural and ways of working dimension

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For each of the 6 dimensions of ESAO, a set of tools are available for analysis, development and execution. These tools provide support in working with the specific dimension. In addition, mechanisms exist for maintaining alignment between the 6 dimensions, which is critical for avoiding many of the challenges experienced by software-intensive systems companies.

 

PA16

A series of merger attempts with content providers may reveal that Nokia’s strategy was to build in-house applications.

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PA17

Finally, especially on the internet, but also in other domains, the importance of building a software ecosystem, i.e. a community of 3rd party application developers, around a successful product, is becoming increasingly popular and central to the strategy of many companies.

Software product lines, when applied successfully, can provide enormous benefits. In (HOF2), cases are described where adopting software product lines allowed for reducing development expenses with 50–75%, decrease defect density with similar numbers and increases the size of product portfolio with up to an order of magnitude.

Based on empirical studies that we performed at several case study companies, mostly through action research, we have come to the conclusion that many of the challenges that exist in largescale software development are the consequence of the organization applying an overly integration-centric approach.

 
 

PA18

The ecosystem can be viewed as a business and governance model with marketing as one of the strategical advantages.

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Also it became a challenge to maintain different versions to meet the needs of different users

 
 
 
 

PA19

The strategic perspective uses the mind map notation to elicit the information depicted by Kett et al

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The evolution of service-oriented architectures towards digital ecosystems comprehends a number of challenges. According to Papazoglou et al., one challenge is to develop services in a dynamic environment with high uncertainties, and in collaboration with other companies

 
 
 
 
 
 

PA20

Similar to traditional market driven software, the requirements for an app are usually derived from strategic business goals or from market opportunities

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PA21

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A network to share artifacts within the organization as suggested by [17] and [60] could benefit from this, as it would make use of known sources from within the organization, and as a result might create awareness of the tailoring efforts of experienced Eclipse users

In general, we cannot consider workplace design merely as a technical challenge, but also have to understand it as a change process that involves the individual, the organizational and the team level. However, these ‘social’ factors have not, as yet, been investigated in relation to professional software developers.

 
 
 

PA22

We argue that our SNA visualizations, retrieved from natural occurring sourcecode repositories can help stakeholders in assessing their inter-firm network positions for better decisionmaking regarding strategic alliances.

We believe that the Software Engineering discipline can benefit from developing code-collaboration metrics and visualizations based on developers attributes (e.g., affiliation) as a valuable complement to established software development metrics emphasizing code size, code quality and productivity.

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PA23

Strategies for integration range from an immediate merge into the publicly available source code repositories, to delivery of contributions as part of a release schedule, such as daily builds, or official releases

One of the major benefits of an open-source business model is user-driven innovation.

Integration of a contribution is often challenging, as the contributed code may stand in conflict with the source code of other contributions, as well as internal changes

 
 
 
 

PA24

The technique uses the economic theory of transactions and social network analysis to determine optimum places for boundaries between entities. The technique presented in this paper provides a means to analyze the ecosystem surrounding, and including, a software product line organization.

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PA25

 

Besides the evident benefits ofmerging cloud computing principles in mobile computing, there are other advantages such as: (1) the possibility of maintaining back-ups of personal and enterprise data in the Cloud, especially for data-intensive mobile applications, (2) the possibility of innovating in mobile application marketing, i.e., in the way that applications are delivered to the users and (3) the possibility of offloading and centralizing diverse mobile collaborative applications in the Cloud.

μCloud addresses design challenges of cloud-enabled mobile applications, e.g., the reliability under diverse network conditions, including disconnection.

 
 
 
 

PA26

As an example of those differences, several top applications in both systems pursue different monetization strategies (as an example, Angry Birds is a premium app in the Apple Appstore, while it is ad-supported in Google Play).

The key innovations of the Mobile Application Store model have been designed to take advantage of this loop, attempting to benefit application providers and consumers.

As the number of applications keeps growing, finding quality applications and offering them to potentially interested users becomes a major challenge

 
 

PA27

 

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PA29

The success and competitive edge of enterprises have become increasingly dependent on the enterprises' agility to act as members in business networks that support their own business strategies.

Although trust and privacy are closely related, the decisionmaking processes on the issues are separate and parallel. Trust decisions weight expected benefits against anticipated losses in a specific business case; privacy decisions guard access to private information, metainformation and behavior patterns considering the subject as a member of the ecosystem.

Furthermore, enterprises need automation utilities for decision-making for committing to collaborations and for producing feedback for business process improvement (BPI), ecosystem improvement and improving their own positioning on the open service markets that the ecosystem represents.

 

PA30

 

Benefits of incorporating the more refined classification in our work include discovering whether persons classified as core members in a number of projects tend to limit their involvement in other projects to bug reporting

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PA31

The strategies to initiate and maintain a software ecosystem vary in their degree of openness and range from following widely proprietary, closed information flows around a defined set of partners (e.g. SAP) to the more open information flows found in open source ecosystems (e.g. IBM’s Eclipse)

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PA32

Building on an existing knowledge base of hardware, software and systems design, while using the iPod ecosystem, Apple followed a platform tipping strategy across markets from digital media player to smartphones

Yet paradoxically, innovators sometimes benefit from weakening the intellectual property environment and opening up the architecture of the industry, pushing digital innovation into the public domain

While there is nothing new in the challenge of accurately estimating costs and resources (Curtis et al., 1988) in the context of MADD, the challenges are heightened given the uncertainmarket. As one developer noted: ‘the price has a relatively limited span despite the quality of the app and therefore the development costs need to be adapted to this’ (13).

 
 

PA33

 

Although bringing some benefits to their members, namely in the scope of socialisation, the current model of these associations may lead to some form of ‘organised ghettos’ for seniors with little intergenerational interaction.

The critical challenge for the society in respect of the ageing process is to identify new organisational structures – and to support these with relevant technologies – to avoid the exclusion of senior citizens from the market and society and to promote the use of their knowledge.

 
 

PA34

 

This Roll structure (Figure 4) lets us keep the benefits of a modular system that enables experts to capture exactly how complex software should be configured and share that knowledge in the form of executable code created by parsing the configuration graph [16]. Another benefit of the Roll structure is that all the configuration information is stored in XML files in well-defined tags, which allows developers to easily see everything being performed rather than having to read through separate source code files or commit logs.

Given the scale and complexity of these systems, they face a critical challenge in software Operations and Management, that is, installing, configuring, and updating thousands of software components in a heterogeneous sensor network.

 
 
 
 

PA35

It aims to present an insightful reasoning on how requirements negotiation collaborates to ecosystem’s health and success, defining negotiation strategies along Software Ecosystem evolution considering the Software Platform Management.

A successful platform planning aligns SECO’s products and stakeholders with broader goals, market conditions and actors’ interests. This promotes benefits that include creating products that meet the needs of niche markets, customers and internal players

Given this context, the basic motivation of this PhD research is to understand the activities undertaken during requirements negotiation in a SECO.

 

PA36

In this context, Software Reuse is a strategic discipline for one crucial reason: it is involved by a lot of heterogeneous and tangled issues (culture, social-economical-political aspects, measurement, methodologies etc.)

From McIlroy’s idea of component-based systems during the Software Crisis in the 60’s [22] to its evaluation considering real applicability and feasibility against its promised benefits in the 90’s, a lot of researches and business cases were reported and published

The treatment of economic and social issues in Software Engineering (SE) was pointed out as a challenge for the next years, since SE needs to treat issues beyond the technical side, which requires observing it in another perspective.

 
 

PA37

This research introduces the strategy of risk-based adaptive testing of OSS by combining information on the OSS community ecosystem with risk-driven tests selection and scheduling strategy.

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We discuss the practical challenges in processing the data: how to extract the social network of communication and how to determine the role of members in the community

 
 
 

PA38

Such value is created by mass-development (open source), mass-customization (open configuration), and many other strategies that include opening up business processes.

As these services are provided, the organization benefits from making explicit and sharing knowledge with partners, since the knowledge does not need to be made explicit when the organization provides these services again.

More research is required towards this degree of openness of specificoptions, and their effects on the business model.

 
 
 
 

PA39

The strategy for collecting the relevant literature is twofold: (i) a keyword search in a list of scientific libraries and (ii) the collection of the papers from the SECO workshop series.

A SECO might include other benefits than revenues in its business model. An example would be advantage over competitors or “visibility within the market” (van Angeren et al., 2011). This implies that the traditional software company business models where the revenues are a result of software license selling cannot be fully applied in the ecosystem concept. Popp (2011) provides an analysis of business models that are applied in three ecosystems and makes a separation between the business models and the revenue models of a SECO.

Apart from software architecture, in the wider SE related subjects, requirement elicitation appears as an interesting challenge in the SECO concept as the stakeholders are multiple and distant from the central ecosystem management

 
 

PA40

Consequently, building a large customer base as rapidly as possible is a key strategy for long-term success.

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Transitioning the customer through this change without losing a significant number of customers is challenging and requires additional research.

 

PA41

As an exception, Rautiainen addresses agile release planning in a startup software product company. He proposes a scrum inspired process for the software product development process, combining strategic, release, development versions and daily built cycles and successfully introduces it

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The complementary issue is then how to assure that the feedback from the different design constituencies informs the further development of the product

 

PA42

In Jansen together with van den Berk and Luinenburg presented a model of the key aspects of SECOs to be able to assess the strategy of a company creating an open system.

the benefits must outweigh the additional effort investment. Such benefits are diverse and their importance for single organizations different. Typical ones include (but are not limited to) the creation of an enhanced product with more features and faster releases, additional income with e.g. license costs, and strategic goals like visibility increase or creation of a vendor lock-in effect.

One key challenge we identified is how to retain certain system qualities under the influence of multiple external system extensions.

 
 
 

PA43

The strategy therefore must be to design customizable applications that can be adapted within the use situation in order to fit to the personal preferences as well as to the task at hand.

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The software ecosystem paradigm raises new challenges to be solved: the design of software architectures that enable the deep and seamless integration of software components; methods to specify the basic architectural structure that (implicitly) defines what is fixed and what is adaptable or extendable; mechanisms to coordinate globally distributed software development; dealing with the collaboration and competition at the same time; and building and managing a software ecosystem around a product including a community of external developers, domain experts and users.

 
 

PA44

The project utilised the social capital of regional actors, and conceptualised a certain kind of SME, known as Driver SMEs. The strategy adopted has worked for this project and has provided a basis for self-sustained post-project expansion.

While an ecosystem can be built within a closed environment, the real economic benefit we are seeking is only realised when they are open and provide applications in which companies can buy and sell or otherwise interact.

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PA45

Although closely coupled, hardware and software develop-ment involves distinct global sourcing strategies based on how value is captured and created in diverse local environments.

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There has been increasing interest in the concept of business models as a means of abstracting the real world andunderstanding the potential for economic transformation. This interest hasemerged in the last decade or so as digital technologies and innovations have challenged more traditional sectors such asthe music and newspaper industries.

 
 

PA46

Other authors have discussed whether a more vertically integrated or a more horizontal structure would be most suitable for the mobile phone industry.

A general characteristic of an ecosystem is that most actors benefit from innovations that give value to the end-user.

We demonstrated that the challenges in developing software for consumer electronics lie in providing the right balance between delivering the required variability in a timely fashion, while retaining sufficient control over the systems architecture to obtain optimal resource utilization.

 
 
 

PA47

Within the Eclipse Foundation, there are several membership tiers partnering that organizations can join, such as strategic, enterprise, solutions and associate members.

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PA48

The strategic nature of software for governments and the similarity in the demands of different public sector areas justify governmental cooperation initiative to publicize and share software that is of public interest

Thus, software producers and users with common interests can benefit from this environment, working together to develop a technological artifact.

The challenge is to identify the types of relationships that exist in the PSE with the objective of analyzing the cause-effect connections resulting from actions of cooperation, sharing, and trust that promote the solution of problems defined by the communities.

 
 
 
 

PA49

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Another type of analysis which can benefit from the continuous monitoring of the system is searching for code patterns that appear multiple times inside a project or across projects.

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PA50

A substantial number of development organizations are adopting a strategy in which a software-intensive system (one in which software plays a crucial role) is developed with an open architecture (OA) (Oreizy, 2000), whose components may be open source software (OSS) or proprietary with open application programming interfaces (APIs).

As a result the software components are reused more widely, and the composed OA systems can achieve reuse benefits such as reduced costs, increased reliability, and potentially increased agility in evolving to meet changing needs.

However, an emerging challenge is to realize the benefits of this approach when the individual components are heterogeneously licensed, each potentially with a different license, rather than a single OSS license as in uniformly licensed OSS projects or a single proprietary license as in proprietary development.

 
 

PA51

The first strategy was employed in Howison and Herbsleb (2011) which examined the software used to construct three focal papers, collecting data on motivations and funding through interviews.

Lower costs

A challenge for computer scientists is to abstract the problem as much as possible so that their solutions and software can be broadly used, potentially in a number of domains

 
 
 
 
 

PA52

To enhance internal validity, we limited our data sources to reliable documents, freely available source code, and tools. Our observations were triangulated from these sources. This strategy aimed at reducing bias due to inappropriate sources

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The business views of the ecosystems, which includes strategies, provide much of the programmatic interoperability with an occasional instance of innovative strategy. The business models associated with the systems under consideration must be compatible, though not necessarily the same. Licenses and other constraints must be compatible or negotiated to be. Packaging and deployment strategies are also considered.

Developers of a system of systems benefit from being aware of the similarities and differences among the ecosystems from which their systems originate because both the similarities and differences help developers anticipate the evolutionary trajectories of the individual systems.

- Addressing organizational as well as technical issues in making SE trades and decisions - Acknowledging the different roles of systems engineers at the system versus the SoS level and the relationship between the SE done at the two levels - Conducting balanced technical management of the SoS - Using an architecture based on open systems and loose coupling - Focusing on the design strategy and trades both when the formal SoS is first established and throughout the SoS evolution

 
 
 
 

PM01

In a SECO, companies must cooperate and compete to thrive. In this context, establishing an effective business strategy is an essential goal during the lifecycle of a SECO

When joining a SECO, companies benefit from cost reduction, risk sharing and higher customer satisfaction

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PM02

The operational independence of constituent systems of a SoS can be compared to architectural stability required for SECO platforms as regards to theiromponents, services, and applications. In this case, the strategies of software systems integration and component-based development can be combined to support application programming interface issues.

In this direction, we believe that if software components are reused more widely in the SoS context, some of the reuse benefits can be achieved, such as: increased reliability, reduced costs and potentially increased agility in evolving to meet the emergent behavior of these systems.

It was also observed that business aspects in SoS still seem to be a great challenge.

 
 

PM03

The SoS can be successful only if its constituent systems have business strategies and technical roadmaps that are sufficiently aligned

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Community alignment - The challenge is the management of different rules and behavior standards among the groups in the individual ecosystem communities. The rules of a single ecosystem should be aligned to avoid a collision of interest among the members of the other communities.

 
 
 
 

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Apêndice B

Lista de Estudos Excluídos

 As publicações que não foram selecionadas para a pesquisa, podem ser encontradas na tabela abaixo, com seu respectivo motivo de exclusão e a base de dados da qual foi extraída. A abreviação "N.D.P.D", quer dizer "Não Disponível para Download", já a abreviação "D.A.R", significa que as publicações estavam "Disponíveis Apenas como Resumo". Outras motivos de exclusão também podems er encontrados na tabela, como publicações disponíveis em outros idiomas, tutoriais e home-pages:

 

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Healthcare interoperability lessons learned from the manufacturing standards sector

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