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Did 32% Waterfall Surprise You?

Runeson, Per LU ; Vijayasarathy, Leo and Butler, Charles (2017) In IEEE Software 34(1). p.7-7
Abstract

This issue's letter discusses the proper use of sampling in software engineering research surveys.

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convenience sampling, software development, software engineering, waterfall model
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34
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IEEE--Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
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