Finn Olav Bjørnson
Finn Olav Bjørnson
Publications and responsibilities
D5. 9 Virtual laboratory version 2
Operationalizing Agile Methods: Examining Coherence in Large-Scale Agile Transformations
Transitioning from a First Generation to Second Generation Large-Scale Agile Development Method: Towards Understanding Implications for Coordination
This paper reports our initial findings from a longitudinal case study within a large development project in a public organization in Scandinavia. We focus on changes in coordination practices as the development project moved from a 1st to a 2nd generation large-scale agile development methodology...
D5. 5 Virtual laboratory version
E-infrastructure supporting virtual aquaculture experiments
Rethinking Coordination in Large-Scale Software Development
Coordination was early identified as a key challenge in software development, and in particular in large development projects. With the arrival of agile methods and their increasing use also in large-scale projects, this calls for rethinking how the software engineering community addresses...
Inter-team Coordination in Large-Scale Agile Development: A Case Study of Three Enabling Mechanisms
Agile methods are increasingly used in large development projects, with multiple development teams. A central question is then what is needed to coordinate feature teams efficiently. This study exam- ines three mechanisms for coordination: Shared mental models, commu- nication and trust in a large...
Coordination in the large: a research design
The public sector is facing a massive digitalization process in order to provide faster and more automated services to the public. Several new projects in this sector are developing software using agile methodologies. There is, however, a lack of empirical research on how these methods are used in...
Density-consistent Initialization of SPH on a Regular Cartesian Grid: Comparative Numerical Study of 10 Smoothing Kernels in 1, 2 and 3 Dimensions
Smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) simulations are often initialized on a regular Cartesian grid. Ten SPH kernels were analyzed numerically with respect to their ability to correctly reproduce a uniform density distribution. Three types of kernels were identified. The number of neighboring...