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María-Isabel Sánchez-Segura Antonio de Amescua Seco Juan-José Cuadrado Escuela Politécnica Superior Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Avda. Universidad, 30, Leganes 28911, Madrid, Spain (+34) 91 624 91 04 {misanche; amescua; cuadrado}@inf.uc3m.es Angélica de Antonio Facultad de Informática Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Campus de Montegancedo s/n 28660(More)
During the last few years, many Software Process Improvement methods (SPI) have been presented to increase the quality of products and services provided by a software organization. Current Software Process Improvement (SPI) methods (i.e. ISO 15504, CBA-IPI,...), are difficult to apply to Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMES) due to the costs (financial,(More)
The project ''GPS: a platform to model, reuse and measure software process management (TIN-2004-0783)" (funded by Spanish government) has as the main goal to make a tool that helps software engineers satisfy effective practices as they have been defined by most well-known international institutions such us ISO, SEI and PMI. The purpose of this article is to(More)
This paper examines the problems of applying traditional function points count rules to virtual reality systems (VRS). From the analysis of the differences between traditional and VRS systems, a set of deficiencies in the IFPUG 4.1 function points count method was detected. Due to the increasing importance of these kinds of applications, it is necessary to(More)
For any Software Process Improvement (SPI) initiative to succeed human factors, in particular, motivation and commitment of the people involved should be kept in mind. In fact, Organizational Change Management (OCM) has been identified as an essential knowledge area for any SPI initiative. However, enough attention is still not given to the human factors(More)