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We consider reading techniques a fundamental means of achieving high quality software. Due to the lack of research in this area, we are experimenting with the application and comparison of various… (More)
E ffective software can mean software that is low cost, reliable, rapidly developed, safe, or has some other relevant attribute. To determine whether a particular technique is effective, we need a… (More)
Computational scientists developing software for HPC systems face unique software engineering issues. Attempts to transfer SE technologies to this domain must take these issues into account.
In recent years, the use of, interest in, and controversy about Agile methodologies have realized dramatic growth. Anecdotal evidence is rising regarding the effectiveness of agile methodologies in… (More)
For 25 years the NASA/GSFC Software Engineering Laboratory (SEL) has been a major resource in software process improvement activities. But due to a changing climate at NASA, agency reorganization,… (More)
The Center for Empirically Based Software Engineering helps improve software development by providing guidelines for selecting development techniques, recommending areas for further research, and… (More)
The Software Engineering Laboratory (SEL) was established in 1976 for the purpose of studying and measuring software processes with the intent of identifying improvements that could be applied to the… (More)
The term software engineering first appeared in the late 1960's to describe ways to develop, manage, and maintain software so that resulting products are reliable, correct, efficient, and flexible. I… (More)
We learn to develop software by building, testing, and evolving models.