Software Process Measuring Model

Abstract

The Software Process Measuring Model (SPMM) [14, 15, 16] has been developed at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek, Croatia, by the Software Engineering Institute at the University of Osijek, and is based on the CMM (Capability Maturity Model) [3, 13], CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) [2], Bootstrap [1, 2, 4, 10, 12] and SPICE model [3, 7, 8]. It has been developed in conformance with the emerging ISO standard [6] for software process assessment and improvement, and is aligned with the model with the European Space Agency-ESA PSS 05 standard [17]. The SPMM is an assessment method that can be applied to small and medium size Software Producing Organizations (SPOs), or software departments within large companies. Beside a general overview of SPOs and their projects, SPMM focuses on the quality of software production. It identifies individual attributes of an SPO or individual software project and has separate questionnaires for the assessment of an organization's quality system (SPO questionnaire) and the assessment of the software project within this organization (Project questionnaire). The purpose of SPMM is to provide a sort of algorithm for

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@inproceedings{Slavek2010SoftwarePM, title={Software Process Measuring Model}, author={Ninoslav Slavek and Ivica Lukic and Mirko K{\"{o}hler}, year={2010} }