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The Use of Roles and Measurement to Enact Project Plans in MVP-S

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The Use of Roles and Measurement to Enact Project Plans in MVP-S
Software development organizations are beginning to recognize that measurement is a prerequisite for systematic process improvement, and have started to measure their products and processes in order to understand, analyze, plan, and guide their projects. Successful measurement requires a solid understanding of the products, processes, and resources to be measured, an understanding which can only be gained via explicit models. In the MVP Project we are integrating the G/Q/M measurement paradigm with the MVP-L process modeling language in order to guide teams of software developers. This integrated approach is supported by a prototype system, MVP-S, a process-sensitive software engineering environment which offers advanced project guidance using role definitions and measurement data. We motivate the need for measurement, sketch an  Supported by the Software Technology Transfer Initiative Kaiserslautern (STTI-KL). y Supported by ESSI Project Number 10358, “Customized Establishment of...
Christopher M. Lott, Barbara Hoisl, H. Dieter Romb
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where EWSPT
Authors Christopher M. Lott, Barbara Hoisl, H. Dieter Rombach
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