An experimental comparison of reading techniques for defect detection in UML design documents

@article{Laitenberger2000AnEC,
  title={An experimental comparison of reading techniques for defect detection in UML design documents},
  author={Oliver Laitenberger and Colin Atkinson and Maud Schlich and Khaled El Emam},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  year={2000},
  volume={53},
  pages={183-204}
}
The basic motivation for software inspections is to detect and remove defects before they propagate to subsequent development phases where their detection and removal becomes more expensive. To maximize this potential, the examination of the artefact under inspection must be as thorough and detailed as possible. This implies the need for systematic reading techniques that tell inspection participants what to look for and, more importantly, how to scrutinise a software document. Recent research… CONTINUE READING
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