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WCE
2007
11 years 2 months ago
Performing Early Feasibility Studies of Software Development Projects Using Business Process Models
—A new approach to perform feasibility studies using business process models is proposed. The utilization of the improved Role Activity Diagram notations has led to the extractio...
Ayman Issa, Faisal A. Abu Rub
WOSP
2004
ACM
11 years 7 months ago
Early performance testing of distributed software applications
Performance characteristics, such as response time, throughput and scalability, are key quality attributes of distributed applications. Current practice, however, rarely applies s...
Giovanni Denaro, Andrea Polini, Wolfgang Emmerich
ISSRE
2007
IEEE
11 years 3 months ago
Fault Prediction using Early Lifecycle Data
The prediction of fault-prone modules in a software project has been the topic of many studies. In this paper, we investigate whether metrics available early in the development li...
Yue Jiang, Bojan Cukic, Tim Menzies
ICIS
2003
11 years 2 months ago
Knowledge Partitioning in Outsourced Software Development: A Field Study
The outsourced software development process has traditionally relied on a requirements-driven black-box approach for transferring knowledge of customer needs to vendors. When this...
Amrit Tiwana
SEW
2006
IEEE
11 years 7 months ago
Goal-Driven Software Development
Established software development processes focus on delivering software within time and budget according to a set of requirements. However, practical experiences show that neither...
Ingo Schnabel, Markus Pizka
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