Dr. Brunswicker Presents Coordination Structures Research at SIT

Dr. Brunswicker Presents Research at SIT

Prof. Sabine Brunswicker recently presented work she conducted along with RCODI Fellow Prof. Mukherjee at Stevens Institute in Technology recently. Dr. Brunsiwcker and Dr. Mukherjee studied significance of preferential attachment and knowledge similarity to predict formation of open source software coordination structures through the use of an Exponential Random Graph Model and with data from 619 developers and 2,597 created and iterated Python files across four years. The developed model contributes to literature on software evolution and OSS.


My research interests include distributed digital innovation, AI, crowdsourcing, and open source software