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Thanks to everybody who has responded. Special thanks to Lada Adamic,
Mariano Belinky, Irene Berkowitz, Ron Burt, Kathleen Carley, Roberto
Dandi, Danyel Fisher, Jon Froehlich, James Howison and Robin Teigland.

The list below includes only works making use or referring to social
network analysis.


  M.A. Boudourides
  Associate Professor

  Department of Mathematics
  University of Patras
  265 00 Rio-Patras

  Tel.: +30-2610-996318
  Fax:  +30-2610-996318, +30-2610-992965


Works on F/OSS and Social Network Analysis

Crowston, K., & Howison, J. (2003). The social structure of Open Source
Software development teams. Submitted for presentation at the "2003
International Conference on Information Systems."

Ducheneaut, N. (n.d.). The reproduction of open source software
communities. Ph.D. work at Berkeley.

Gao, Y. (2003). Topology and evolution of the Open Source Software
community. MS Thesis. University of Notre Dame.

Gao, Y., Madey, G., & Freeh, V. (2003). Modeling and simulation of a
complex social system: A case study.

Kuwabara, K. (2000). Linux: A bazaar at the edge of chaos. First Monday,
vol. 5, no. 3 (March 2000).

Lopez-Fernandez, L., Robles-Martinez, G., & Gonzalez-Barahona, J.M.
(2004). Applying social network analysis to the information in CVS

Madey, G., Freeh, V., & Tynan, R. (2004). Modeling the F/OSS Community: A
quantitative investigation. In S. Koch (ed.), Free/Open Source Software
Development. Idea Publishing.

Meyer, P.B. (2003). Episodes of collective invention. Working Paper 368.
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Mockus, A., Fielding, R.T., & Herbsleb, J.D. (n.d.). Two case studies of
Open Source Software development: Apache and Mozilla.

Myers, C.R. (2003). Software systems as complex networks: Structure,
function, and evolvability of software collaboration graphs.

O˘Mahony, S., & Ferraro, F. (2003). Managing the boundary of an ˇopen˘
project. Prepared for the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) Workshop on .The
Network Construction of Markets..

te Meerman, S. (2003). Puzzling with a top-down blueprint and a bottom-up
network: An explorative analysis of the Open Source world using ITIL and
Social Network Analysis. MS Thesis, University of Groningen, the

Waguespack, D.M., & Fleming, L. (2004). Penguins, camels, and other birds
of a feather: The emergence of leaders in open innovation communities.

Wasko, M.M., & Teigland, R. (2002). The provision of online public goods:
Examining social structure in an electronic network of practice. 23rd
International Conference on Information Systems.

Xu, J., & Madey, G. (2004). Exploration of the Open Source Software
community. NAACSOS Conference 2004.

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