SPiCE in action - experiences in tailoring and extension

@article{Cass2002SPiCEIA,
  title={SPiCE in action - experiences in tailoring and extension},
  author={Antoinette Cass and Christian V{\"o}lcker and Philip Sutter and Alec Dorling and Hans Stienen},
  journal={Proceedings. 28th Euromicro Conference},
  year={2002},
  pages={352-360}
}
Today the standard ISO/IEC TR 15504: software process assessment commonly known as SPiCE has been in use for more than 5 years, with hundreds of software process assessments performed in organizations around the world. The success of the ISO 15504 approach is demonstrated by its application in and extension to all sectors featuring software development, in particular, space, automotive, finance, healthcare, and electronics. As the current Technical Report makes the transition into an… 

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