The Low-Code Phenomenon: Mapping the Intellectual Structure of Research Naqvi, Syed Asad Ali Zimmer, Markus Drews, Paul Lemmer , Kristina Basole, Rahul 2023-12-26T18:55:41Z 2023-12-26T18:55:41Z 2024-01-03
dc.identifier.isbn 978-0-9981331-7-1
dc.identifier.other f4501c0d-5fcd-4455-aa50-20a0e40bad7a
dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartof Proceedings of the 57th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
dc.rights Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
dc.subject Software Technology and Software Development
dc.subject bibliometrics
dc.subject intellectual structure
dc.subject low-code
dc.subject low-code platform (lcp)
dc.subject visualization
dc.title The Low-Code Phenomenon: Mapping the Intellectual Structure of Research
dc.type Conference Paper
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dcterms.abstract The term low-code has been closely associated with simplifying and accelerating software development. Driven by the idea that low-code can help to meet the increased digitalization demands, the low-code phenomenon is rising in academia and industry. This resulted in an immense increase in publications on low-code, posing the question of what research streams characterize the low-code literature. We conducted a bibliometric analysis based on 725 articles. Out of these 725 articles, we selected 105 articles with the term ”low-code” in the title or abstract. Our contribution is to clarify the conceptual understanding of low-code by identifying six research streams, namely, origins of low-code within software engineering, low-code as an enabler for emerging software engineering trends, workplace transformation, establishing low-code methodologies, understanding low-code adoption and leveraging low-code for digital transformation. We conclude with future research directions that still need to be explored within the low-code literature.
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