Tool supported detection and judgment of nonconformance in process execution

@article{Zazworka2009ToolSD,
  title={Tool supported detection and judgment of nonconformance in process execution},
  author={Nico Zazworka and Victor R. Basili and Forrest Shull},
  journal={2009 3rd International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement},
  year={2009},
  pages={312-323}
}
In the past decades the Software Engineering community has proposed a large collection of software development life cycles, models, and processes. The goal of a major set of these processes is to assure that the product is finished within time and budget, and that a predefined set of functional and non functional requirements (e.g. quality goals) are satisfied at delivery time. Based upon the assumption that there is a real relationship between the process applied and the characteristics of the… CONTINUE READING

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