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The Goal Question Metric Approach
As with any engineering discipline, software development requires a measurement mechanism for feedback and evaluation. Measurement is a mechanism for creating a corporate memory and an aid inExpand
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The TAME Project: Towards Improvement-Oriented Software Environments
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We present an improvement-oriented software engineering process model that uses the goal/question/metric paradigm to integrate the constructive and analytic aspects of software development. Expand
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THE EXPERIENCE FACTORY
This article presents an infrastructure, called the experience factory , aimed at capitalization and reuse of life cycle experience and products. The experience factory is a logical and physicalExpand
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A handbook of software and systems engineering - empirical observations, laws and theories
Preface List of abbreviations 1. Introduction 2. Requirements definition, prototyping and modeling 3. System design and specification 4. System construction and composition 5. Validation and staticExpand
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Practical Guidelines for Measurement-based Process Improvement
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We propose structured guidelines to address the issues most commonly encountered and practical insights into the main GQM concepts. Expand
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Goal Question Metric (GQM) Approach
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As with any engineering discipline, software development requires a measurement mechanism for feedback and evaluation. Expand
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Linking Software Development and Business Strategy Through Measurement
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The GQM+Strategies approach extends the goal/question/metric paradigm for measuring the success or failure of goals and strategies, adding enterprise-wide support for determining action on the basis of measurement results. Expand
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Tailoring the software process to project goals and environments
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This paper presents a methodology for improving the software process by tailoring it to the specific project goals and environment, in part, via defect profiles. Expand
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Support for comprehensive reuse
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A software life-cycle technology that allows comprehensive reuse of all kinds of software-related experience could provide the means of achieving the desired order-of-magnitude improvements. Expand
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ISPW-6 Software Process Example
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