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系統識別號 U0026-3105201922290300
論文名稱(中文) 企業於安卓開放源軟體社群中的貢獻程度對於產品上市時間之影響
論文名稱(英文) The Impact of Firms’ Contributions in the Android Open Source Community on the Time to Market of Products
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 企業管理學系
系所名稱(英) Department of Business Administration
學年度 107
學期 2
出版年 108
研究生(中文) 張博瑄
研究生(英文) Po-Hsuan Chang
學號 R46065027
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
論文頁數 39頁
口試委員 指導教授-許經明
口試委員-張瑞芬
口試委員-張元杰
中文關鍵字 ICT商業生態系  開放源軟體社群  軟體貢獻  time to market  技術平台 
英文關鍵字 ICT business ecosystem  open source community  source code contribution  time to market  technology platform 
學科別分類
中文摘要 在近幾年當中,開放源軟體的使用開始受到極大關注,許多企業甚至將其定性為開發軟體的新方法。當企業使用開放源軟體來幫助他們的產品開發時,他們同時亦是開放源軟體社群 Open Source Community(OSC)的一部分。 於OSC之中,參與者可以提供且獲取集體知識,但是某些參與企業也因此能不勞而獲的從中獲取知識,無貢獻的取得技術資源。儘管如此,許多企業仍為OSC做出貢獻並分享自家軟體程式碼。本研究的分析對象是Google所主導的開放源軟體 (open source) 內Android智慧型手機生態系中的手機廠商。其中,我們將研究手機廠商的(a)軟體貢獻以及(b)第一款搭載最新版Android的智能手機的上市時間的關係。通過調查13家智能手機廠商的軟體貢獻,本研究發現當手機廠商在Android開放源軟體貢獻的越多,他們與Google的溝通機制就越好,也建立了更為緊密的關係,並從中獲得智慧型手機開發的相關技術知識。也因此,手機廠商更可以獲得並強化其競爭優勢,比其他手機廠商以更快的速度發布新的Android智慧型手機。
英文摘要 Within the last few years, the open source software movement has started to receive enormous attention and firms even characterize it as a new way to develop software. When firms use open source software to aid their product development, they are then a part of an open source community (OSC). The OSC is a place where participants develop collective knowledge available to anyone, and certain firms will inevitably become free-riders. Despite this, many firms are still contributing to OSC by sharing their own source code. This study will examine the smartphone manufacturers that utilize Google’s Android Open Source software as their smartphone software. Within, we will investigate the smartphone manufacturers’ (a) Android contributions and the relation of those contributions to (b) time to market as measured by the release of their first Android smartphone. By investigating 13 smartphone manufacturers’ Android contributions, this study implies that the more the smartphone manufacturers contribute within the Android Open Source Community, the better the communication mechanism they have with Google, and could obtain technical know-hows for the development of new Android smartphones, which could allow smartphone manufacturers to gain a competitive advantage and release their smartphone sooner than competitors.
論文目次 摘要 I
致謝 VI
目錄 VII
表目錄 VIII
圖目錄 IX
第一章研究動機與背景 1
第二章先前文獻 4
第三章分析變數與資料收集 12
第四章分析結果 17
第五章討論 23
第六章結論與未來課題 25
參考文獻 26
附錄 37
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