Maintenance Tools : Some Empirical Research

@inproceedings{Lethbridge1997MaintenanceT,
  title={Maintenance Tools : Some Empirical Research},
  author={Timothy Lethbridge and Janice Singer},
  year={1997}
}
In this position paper we discuss research into tools for software maintenance, where tools include everything from large scale integrated CASE products down to simple one-function commands or features. The objective of this research is to learn more about software engineers’ work with and needs for tools, so that they can become more productive. We discuss several categories of questions to be asked in this research, and various methods for gathering data. We present some data from our… CONTINUE READING
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