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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × India
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
D.Damian S.Marczak M.M.Burnett D.Piorkowski S.D.Fleming C.Scaffidi T.Kulesza S.Stumpf A.Schröter J.Aranda R.Helms B.Koelewijn R.K.E.Bellamy J.Jordahl A.Z.Henley J.Macbeth C.Hill A.Horvath
Talks about:
communic (3) collabor (2) requir (2) forag (2) talk (2) changeset (1) programm (1) knowledg (1) interrel (1) intellig (1)

♂ Person: Irwin Kwan

DBLP DBLP: Kwan:Irwin

Facilitated 1 volumes:

MSR 2011ChaCo

Contributed to:

ICSME 20152015
CHI 20132013
ICSE 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
ICSE 20112011
RE 20072007

Wrote 8 papers:

ICSME-2015-PiorkowskiFSBKH #bias #debugging #developer #how #information management
To fix or to learn? How production bias affects developers’ information foraging during debugging (DP, SDF, CS, MMB, IK, AZH, JM, CH, AH), pp. 11–20.
The whats and hows of programmers’ foraging diets (DP, SDF, IK, MMB, CS, RKEB, JJ), pp. 3063–3072.
ICSE-2013-DamianHKMK #communication #coordination
The role of domain knowledge and cross-functional communication in socio-technical coordination (DD, RH, IK, SM, BK), pp. 442–451.
CHI-2012-KuleszaSBK #personalisation
Tell me more?: the effects of mental model soundness on personalizing an intelligent agent (TK, SS, MMB, IK), pp. 1–10.
CSCW-2012-SchroterADK #communication
To talk or not to talk: factors that influence communication around changesets (AS, JA, DD, IK), pp. 1317–1326.
ICSE-2011-KwanD #communication
The hidden experts in software-engineering communication (IK, DD), pp. 800–803.
RE-2007-DamianMK #collaboration #distance #network #social
Collaboration Patterns and the Impact of Distance on Awareness in Requirements-Centred Social Networks (DD, SM, IK), pp. 59–68.
RE-2007-KwanMD #requirements
Viewing Project Collaborators WhoWork on Interrelated Requirements (IK, SM, DD), pp. 369–370.

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