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Effort estimation in incremental software development
Incremental software development offers many benefits compared with more traditional development approaches. Indeed, incremental approaches have been utilised for many years due to the involvement of users, the early ...
(Elsevier Science Ltd, 2003-12-16)
This book presents 12 studies by multidisciplinary researchers on the relationship between transport and tourism. Among the key issues addressed by the studies are the progress of tourism and transport research, conceptual ...
E-Marketing Action : An Action Learning Approach to Teaching E-Marketing
Influential marketing academics have argued that marketing education needs to be made more relevant to marketing practice. An important aspect of relevance is the acquisition of work-related skills, including group working ...
Dyadic Adaptation in Business-to-Business Markets
Competitive success in business-to-business markets often depends upon the ability of the firm to adapt specifically to the needs of a single customer organization. Research into buyer-seller relationships in industrial ...
Beyond normal failures : Dynamic management of software projects
The skillset focusing on the life cycle of projects is critical to both understanding and practising sound management. In practice, attention is often paid to the actions and procedures required to build the system to the ...
COCOMO-based effort estimation for iterative and incremental software development
Incremental software development and delivery have been used in software projects in many ways for many years. Justifications for incremental approaches include risk amelioration, the management of evolving requirements, ...
The geography of tourism and recreation: Environment, place and space: Second edition
The Geography of Tourism and Recreation presents the first comprehensive introduction to tourism, leisure and recreation and the relationships between them. This accessible text includes a wealth of international case ...
The Making of a Cybertariat : Virtual Work in a Real World
(Monthly Review Press, 2003-07)
Tourism Management: Managing for Change
(Butterworth Heinemann, 2003-06-23)