Defining Quality Intuitively


Trouble is, we haven’t been very good at achieving either goal. For all the “breakthrough” claims made by advocates of those 1980s methodologies and techniques, productivity didn’t improve much. Each so-called breakthrough concept—4GLs, CASE, RAD—gave us at best a 5to 30-percent improvement. Sure, productivity increased, but it came nowhere near making good… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/52.676973

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@article{Glass1998DefiningQI, title={Defining Quality Intuitively}, author={Robert L. Glass}, journal={IEEE Software}, year={1998}, volume={15}, pages={103-104} }