Maintenance in a dual-lifecycle software engineering process

  title={Maintenance in a dual-lifecycle software engineering process},
  author={M. Weisskopf and C. Irving and C. McKay and C. Atkinson and D. Eichmann},
  journal={1996 Proceedings of International Conference on Software Maintenance},
Dual-lifecycle software processes have the potential to significantly improve the way in which suites of software applications are generated and sustained. However, several outstanding issues need to be more adequately addressed before the full potential of this philosophy can be realized. Detailed strategies for maintaining domain architectures in parallel with suites of fielded applications are at present particularly conspicuous by their absence. In this paper, we present a dual-lifecycle… Expand
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