A goal question metric based approach for efficient measurement framework definition

@inproceedings{Berander2006AGQ,
  title={A goal question metric based approach for efficient measurement framework definition},
  author={Patrik Berander and Per J{\"o}nsson},
  booktitle={ISESE},
  year={2006}
}
In software engineering, measurements can be used to monitor, understand and improve software processes as well as products and resource utilization. Commonly, measurement frameworks are ambitious undertakings that require large data collection and analysis efforts. Unfortunately, such frameworks usually become too extensive, resulting in graveyards with a lot of data never being analyzed and used. One well-known way for defining measurements that tries to focus on the most important ones is… CONTINUE READING
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