Jasmine: A PSP Supporting Tool

@inproceedings{Shin2007JasmineAP,
  title={Jasmine: A PSP Supporting Tool},
  author={Hyunil Shin and Ho-Jin Choi and Jongmoon Baik},
  booktitle={ICSP},
  year={2007}
}
The PSP (Personal Software Process) was developed to help developers make high-quality products through improving their personal software development processes. With consistent measurement and analysis activities that the PSP suggests, developers can identify process deficiencies and make a reliable estimate on effort and quality. However, due to the high-overhead and context-switching problem of manual data recording, developers have difficulties to collect reliable data, which can lead to… CONTINUE READING
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