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Exploring the relationship between experience and group performance in software review

By: Wilson, D.; Wong, Y.K.;

2003 / IEEE / 0-7695-2011-1

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This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Exploring the relationship between experience and group performance in software review ' The aim is to examine the important relationships between experience, task training and software review performance. One hundred and ninety-two volunteer university students were randomly assigned into 48 four-member groups. Subjects were required to detect defects from a design document. The main findings include (1) role experience has a positive effect on software review performance; (2) working experience in the software industry has a positive effect on software review performance; (3) task training has no significant effect on software review performance; (4) role experience has no significant effect on task training; (5) working experience in the software industry has a significant effect on task training.