Items where SHU Author is "Bates, Christopher"

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YATES, Simeon, AKHGAR, Babak, BATES, Christopher, JOPEK, Lukasz and WILSON, Richard (2011). A platform for discovering and sharing confidential ballistic crime data. International Journal of Knowledge and Web Intelligence, 2 (2/3), 202-218.

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YATES, Simeon, BATES, Christopher, AKHGAR, Babak, JOPEK, Lukasz, WILSON, Richard, JOHNSON-MITCHELL, Sarah and KILLICK, Samantha (2011). The Odyssey Project - understanding and implementing user needs in the context of ballistic crime data exchange. In: Intelligence Management: Knowldege Driven Frameworks for Combatting Terrorism and Organised Crime. Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing . Springer, 11-48.

WILSON, Richard, JOPEK, Lukasz and BATES, Christopher (2010). Sharing ballistics data across the European Union. In: Computation tools 2010, The first international conference on computational logics, algebras, programming, tools, and benchmarking. IARIA.

JOPEK, Lukasz, WILSON, Richard and BATES, Christopher (2010). An application of a domain-specific language facilitating abstraction and secure access to a crime and ballistic data sharing platform. In: Computation tools 2010: the first international conference on computational logics, algebras, programming, tools, and benchmarking. IARIA, 29-33. (Submitted)

BATES, Christopher and YATES, Simeon (2008). Scrum down: a software engineer and a sociologist explore the implementation of an agile method. In: Proceedings of the 2008 international workshop on Cooperative and human aspects of software engineering (CHASE '08). New York, N.Y., ACM, 13-16.

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BATES, Christopher, DOHERTY, Kathy and GRAINGER, Karen (2011). Understanding Programmers Through Discourse Analysis. In: RAISE 2011, University Central Lanacashire, Preston, UK, June 9th 2011.

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BATES, Christopher, DOHERTY, Kathy and GRAINGER, Karen (2011). Facework in a pair-programming session. In: Psychology of Programming Interest Group Work in Progress, Sheffield Hallam University, April 18-19, 2011. (Unpublished)

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