Managing the software development by using the recursive multithreaded (RMT) tool

@article{Concepcion1999ManagingTS,
  title={Managing the software development by using the recursive multithreaded (RMT) tool},
  author={A. Concepcion and Sunny Lin and S. J. Simon},
  journal={Proceedings of Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems - TOOLS 30 (Cat. No.PR00278)},
  year={1999},
  pages={344-353}
}
A number of software life cycles for object oriented software development (Fountain Model, Recursive/Parallel Model, McGregor and Sykes Model, and Chaos Model Life-Cycle) exist today. However, these life cycles have little or no support for estimating and monitoring progress during the development of the software. The ability to measure progress during the development is significant because it allows both the managers and the developers to determine whether a project is on schedule or not… Expand
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