Ontologies supporting the Distributed Software Development: a Systematic Literature Review

Alex Nery B. JuniorRyan R. de AzevedoFabio Q.B. da SilvaRodrigo G.C. RochaCatarina Costa

In the past decade, there was a notably significant raise in the adoption of the Distributed Software Development approach. This so-called approach has brought a lot of competitive advantages, as well as new challenges, such as communication and sharing of information among distributed teams. In this scenario, the use of the ontology concept simplifies and normalizes the teams' understanding of shared information and eases the communication between them. This research's purpose is to make a systematic literature review in order to identify which tools, models, techniques and satisfactory practices that utilize ontology as an aid to DSD.

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