Cost-Effective Analysis of In-Place Software Processes

@article{Cook1998CostEffectiveAO,
  title={Cost-Effective Analysis of In-Place Software Processes},
  author={Jonathan E. Cook and Lawrence G. Votta and Alexander L. Wolf},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Software Eng.},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={650-663}
}
Process studies and improvement efforts typically call for new instrumentation on the process in order to collect the data they have deemed necessary. This can be intrusive and expensive, and resistance to the extra workload often foils the study before it begins. The result is neither interesting new knowledge nor an improved process. In many organizations… CONTINUE READING