Software Process Simulation Frameworks in Support of Packaging and Transferring Empirical Evidence

@inproceedings{Pfahl2006SoftwarePS,
  title={Software Process Simulation Frameworks in Support of Packaging and Transferring Empirical Evidence},
  author={Dietmar Pfahl},
  booktitle={Empirical Software Engineering Issues},
  year={2006}
}
Empirical research is essential for developing a theory of software development, and – subsequently – for transforming the art of software development into engineering. In particular the latter point deals with providing evidence on the efficiency and effectiveness of tools and techniques in different application contexts. The number of tools and techniques is constantly growing, and even more contexts emerge in which a tool or technique might be applied. An application context is defined… CONTINUE READING

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SIMKIT – A Software Process Simulation Model Construction Kit in Support of Empirical Research. (Short paper submitted to ISESE

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