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Software quality can be defined as the customer's perception of how a system works. Inspection is a method to control the quality throughout the development cycle. Reading techniques applied to inspections help reviewers to stay focused on the important parts of an artefact when inspecting. However, many reading techniques focus on finding as many faults as(More)
In order to improve the efficiency of inspections, quantitative data on defect content have to be the basis for decisions in the inspection process. An experience-based capture-recapture method is proposed, which overcomes some problems with the basic prerequisites of the original method. A C-code inspection experiment is conducted to evaluate the enhanced(More)
Software metrics play an important role in measuring the quality of software. It is desirable to predict the quality of software as early as possible, and hence metrics have to be collected early as well. This raises a number of questions that has not been fully answered. In this paper we discuss, prediction of fault content and try to answer what type of(More)
Software inspections, which were originally developed by Michael Fagan in 1976, are an important means to verify and achieve sufficient quality in many software projects today. Since Fagan's initial work, the importance of software inspections has been long recognized by software developers and many organizations. Various proposals have been made by(More)
—This paper presents the results of systematically reviewing the current research literature on the use of agile practices and lean software development in global software engineering (GSE). The primary purpose is to highlight under which circumstances they have been applied efficiently. Some common terms related to agile practices (e.g. scrum, extreme(More)