Software Engineering: Process, Principles, and Goals

@article{Ross1975SoftwareEP,
  title={Software Engineering: Process, Principles, and Goals},
  author={Douglas T. Ross and J. Goodenough and C. A. Irvine},
  journal={Computer},
  year={1975},
  volume={8},
  pages={17-27}
}
This paper attempts to define the principles and goals that affect the practice of software engineering. Its intent is to organize these aspects of software engineering into a framework that rationalizes and encourages their proper use, while placing in perspective the diversity of techniques, methods, and tools that presently comprise the subject of software engineering. 
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