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Computación y Sistemas

Print version ISSN 1405-5546

Comp. y Sist. vol.19 n.3 México Jul./Sep. 2015

 

Artículos

 

Identificación del factor humano en el seguimiento de procesos de software en un medio ambiente universitario

 

Human Factor Identification in the Tracking Software Process in Academic Environment

 

Perla I. Jarillo-Nieto, Carlos Enríquez-Ramírez, Roberto A. Sánchez-Herrera

 

Universidad Politécnica de Tulancingo, México. perla.jarillo@upt.edu.mx, carlos.enriquez@upt.edu.mx, roberto.sanchez@upt.edu.mx

Corresponding author is Perla I. Jarillo-Nieto.

 

Article received on 27/02/2015.
Accepted on 21/09/2015.

 

Resumen

La identificación del factor humano es importante al momento de conformar equipos de desarrollo de software. Mediante una selección adecuada se tiene un impacto positivo en el logro de los proyectos, además ayuda a que los equipos de desarrollo ya integrados tomen decisiones, referentes a la asignación de responsabilidades de los integrantes en proyectos futuros. En la presente investigación se obtienen algunos resultados sobre la implementación de procesos de desarrollo de software y como el factor humano influye en los mismos. Se hace uso del modelo de Five Factor Model (FFM) para identificar los rasgos de la personalidad y mediante un diseño experimental se conoce como impactan en la adopción de los procesos de desarrollo de software en un ambiente universitario.

Palabras clave: Factor humano, ingeniería de software, modelo de los cinco grandes.

 

Abstract

The human factor is important in forming software development teams. A proper selection of human resources has a positive impact on the achievement of projects and helps existing development teams to make decisions concerning allocation of responsibilities of their members in future projects. In this research we present results on the implementation of software development processes using the Five Factor Model (FFM) within a university environment to identify personality traits and an experimental design to learn their impact on the adoption of software development processes.

Keywords: Human factor, software engineer, five factor model.

 

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