Dr Stuart Marshall

Stuart and Jack Marshall I am a senior lecturer with the School of Engineering and Computer Science. I am a member of the Elvis Software Engineering Research Group.


Interests

Projects

Visualisation

Natural User Interfaces

Digital Preservation


Teaching

I will be on sabbatical between July 1 and December 31 in 2013. For the first trimester, I am currently teaching:


Contact Details


Publications

Theses

Papers

A BibTeX bibliography is available with complete information for all publications.

  1. "Developing a grounded theory to explain the practices of self-organizing Agile teams", Hoda, Noble & Marshall in Empirical Software Engineering 17.6 (2012): 609-639.
  2. "Interactive Multi-touch Surfaces for Software Visualization" Anslow, Noble, Marshall & Biddle at Workshop on Data Exploration for Interactive Surfaces DEXIS 2011. 2012.
  3. "Documentation strategies on agile software development projects" by Hoda, Noble & Marshall in International Journal of Agile and Extreme Software Development 1.1 (2012): 23-37.
  4. "The impact of inadequate customer collaboration on self-organizing Agile teams.", Hoda, Noble & Marshall in Information and Software Technology 53.5 (2011): 521-534.
  5. "Exploring the Inventor's Paradox: Applying Jigsaw to Software Visualization", Ruan, Marshall, Anslow & Noble at ACM Symposium on Software Visualisation (SoftVis) 2010
  6. "User Evaluation of Polymetric Views Using a Large Visualization Wall", Anslow, Marshall, Noble, Tempero & Biddle at ACM Symposium on Software Visualisation (SoftVis) 2010
  7. "The Impact of Inadequate Customer Collaboration on Self-Organizing Agile Teams" by Hoda, Noble & Marshall to appear in Information and Software Technology (Journal)
  8. "Agility in Context" by Hoda, Noble and Marshall at SPLASH/OOPSLA 2010
  9. "Agile Undercover: When Customers Don't Collaborate" by Hoda, Noble & Marshall to appear at XP2010
  10. "Balancing Acts: Walking the Agile Tightrope" by Hoda, Noble & Marshall to appear at CHASE2010 (ICSE2010 workshop)
  11. "Organizing Self-Organizing Teams" by Hoda, Noble & Marshall to appear at ICSE2010
  12. "The Effect of User Interface Delay on Thin Client Mobile Games" by Delwadia, Marshall & Welch at AUIC 2010
  13. "Agile Undercover" by Hoda, Marshall & Noble at AGILE2009
  14. "Remotely Shooting Asteroids on our Mobile Phone" by Delwadia, Marshall & Welch at CHINZ 2009
  15. "Negotiating Contracts for Agile Projects: A Practical Perspective" by Hoda, Marshall & Noble at XP 2009
  16. "Using Remotely Executing Software via a Mobile Device" by Delwadia, Marshall & Welch at AUIC 2009
  17. "Annotating UI Architecture with Actual Use" by Ramsay, Marshall & Potanin at AUIC 2008
  18. "Website Inaccessibility" by Bradshaw & Marshall at SIENZ 2007
  19. "Visualisations of Execution Traces (VET): an interactive plugin-based visualisation tool" by McGavin, Wright & Marshall at AUIC 2006
  20. "A Web User Interface For An Interactive Software Repository" by Marshall, Biddle & Noble at AUIC 2004
  21. "XML database support for program trace visualisation" by Anslow, Marshall, Biddle, Noble & Jackson at APVIS 2004
  22. "Using Software Visualisation to Enhance Online Component Markets" by Marshall, Biddle & Noble at APVIS 2004
  23. "Aspects to Visualising Reusable Components" by Marshall, Jackson, Anslow & Biddle at APVIS 2003
  24. "How (Not) To Help People Test Drive Code" by Marshall, Biddle & Tempero at AUIC 2002
  25. "Visualising Reusable Software Over the Web" by Marshall, Jackson, Biddle, McGavin, Tempero & Duignan at APVIS 2001
  26. "Reuse of Debuggers for Visualization of Reuse" by Biddle, Marshall, Miller-Williams & Tempero at SSR 1999