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Architecture technical debt: Understanding causes and a qualitative model
A Martini, J Bosch, M Chaudron
2014 40th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced …, 2014
1052014
Investigating architectural technical debt accumulation and refactoring over time: A multiple-case study
A Martini, J Bosch, M Chaudron
Information and Software Technology 67, 237-253, 2015
1002015
The danger of architectural technical debt: Contagious debt and vicious circles
A Martini, J Bosch
2015 12th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture, 1-10, 2015
752015
Managing architectural technical debt: A unified model and systematic literature review
T Besker, A Martini, J Bosch
Journal of Systems and Software 135, 1-16, 2018
742018
Technical debt tracking: Current state of practice: A survey and multiple case study in 15 large organizations
A Martini, T Besker, J Bosch
Science of Computer Programming 163, 42-61, 2018
512018
Embracing technical debt, from a startup company perspective
T Besker, A Martini, RE Lokuge, K Blincoe, J Bosch
2018 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution …, 2018
472018
Communication factors for speed and reuse in large-scale agile software development
A Martini, L Pareto, J Bosch
Proceedings of the 17th international software product line conference, 42-51, 2013
452013
Identifying and prioritizing architectural debt through architectural smells: a case study in a large software company
A Martini, FA Fontana, A Biaggi, R Roveda
European conference on software architecture, 320-335, 2018
442018
An empirically developed method to aid decisions on architectural technical debt refactoring: AnaConDebt
A Martini, J Bosch
2016 IEEE/ACM 38th international conference on software engineering …, 2016
442016
The perception of technical debt in the embedded systems domain: an industrial case study
A Ampatzoglou, A Ampatzoglou, A Chatzigeorgiou, P Avgeriou, ...
2016 IEEE 8th International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt (MTD), 9-16, 2016
432016
The pricey bill of technical debt: When and by whom will it be paid?
T Besker, A Martini, J Bosch
2017 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution …, 2017
412017
A systematic literature review and a unified model of ATD
T Besker, A Martini, J Bosch
2016 42th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced …, 2016
382016
Enablers and inhibitors for speed with reuse
A Martini, L Pareto, J Bosch
Proceedings of the 16th International Software Product Line Conference …, 2012
372012
Software developer productivity loss due to technical debt—A replication and extension study examining developers’ development work
T Besker, A Martini, J Bosch
Journal of Systems and Software 156, 41-61, 2019
362019
Towards prioritizing architecture technical debt: information needs of architects and product owners
A Martini, J Bosch
2015 41St euromicro conference on software engineering and advanced …, 2015
352015
An overview and comparison of technical debt measurement tools
PC Avgeriou, D Taibi, A Ampatzoglou, FA Fontana, T Besker, ...
Ieee software 38 (3), 61-71, 2020
342020
A systematic literature review on technical debt prioritization: Strategies, processes, factors, and tools
V Lenarduzzi, T Besker, D Taibi, A Martini, FA Fontana
Journal of Systems and Software 171, 110827, 2021
322021
On the interest of architectural technical debt: Uncovering the contagious debt phenomenon
A Martini, J Bosch
Journal of Software: Evolution and Process 29 (10), e1877, 2017
322017
Technical debt cripples software developer productivity: a longitudinal study on developers' daily software development work
T Besker, A Martini, J Bosch
Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Technical Debt, 105-114, 2018
312018
A semi-automated framework for the identification and estimation of architectural technical debt: A comparative case-study on the modularization of a software component
A Martini, E Sikander, N Madlani
Information and Software Technology 93, 264-279, 2018
312018
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