Common Concept Apparatus Within Corrective Software Maintenance

  title={Common Concept Apparatus Within Corrective Software Maintenance},
  author={Mira Kajko-Mattsson},
Software engineering is the fastest growing field of engineering today. Due to this revolutionary development, many conflicts have arisen when defining and using new concepts. This has involved the need for standards, such as the IEEE standard. Despite this, there is still nonuniformity in the use of standard definitions. This could be due to the fact that most of the standard definitions are expressed in natural language. Furthermore, ambiguity may arise when relating some of these concepts to… CONTINUE READING
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