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SOFTWARE
2002
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Software Engineering is Not Enough
Much of the software engineering literature begins with an admonition that what practitioners are doing isn't enough--that the state-of-the-practice is creating bad software. ...
James A. Whittaker, Steven Atkin
SOFTWARE
2002
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Quality Attributes of Web Software Applications
In only four or five years, the world wide web has changed from a static collection of HTML web pages to a dynamic engine that powers e-commerce, collaborative work, and distribut...
A. Jefferson Offutt
SIGCSE
2002
ACM
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Participatory design in a human-computer interaction course: teaching ethnography methods to computer scientists
Empirical evidence shows the ability for computer technology to deliver on its promises of enhancing our quality of life relies on how well the application fits our understanding ...
Jerry B. Weinberg, Mary L. Stephen
TC
1998
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Analysis of Preventive Maintenance in Transactions Based Software Systems
—Preventive maintenance of operational software systems, a novel technique for software fault tolerance, is used specifically to counteract the phenomenon of software “aging....
Sachin Garg, Antonio Puliafito, Miklós Tele...
SOPR
1998
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Software processes: a retrospective and a path to the future
Software engineering focuses on producing quality software products through quality processes. The attention to processes dates back to the early 70’s, when software engineers r...
Gianpaolo Cugola, Carlo Ghezzi
NAR
1998
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Marfan Database (third edition): new mutations and new routines for the software
The Marfan database is a software that contains routines for the analysis of mutations identified in the
Gwenaëlle Collod-Béroud, Christophe B&...
LOBJET
2002
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Understanding software evolution using a combination of software visualization and software metrics
Coping with huge amounts of data is one of the major problems in the context of software evolution. Current approaches reduce this complexity by filtering out irrelevant informatio...
Michele Lanza, Stéphane Ducasse
JSS
2002
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Software requirements validation via task analysis
As a baseline for software development, a correct and complete requirements definition is one foundation of software quality. Previously, a novel approach to static testing of sof...
Hong Zhu, Lingzi Jin, Dan Diaper, Ganghong Bai
JSS
2002
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The cost of errors in software development: evidence from industry
The search for and correction of errors in software are often time consuming and expensive components of the total cost of software development. The current research investigates ...
J. Christopher Westland
JSS
2002
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Visual requirement representation
Most software development errors are caused by incorrect or ambiguous requirement specifications gathered during the requirement elicitation and analysis phase. For the past decad...
Deng-Jyi Chen, Wu-Chi Chen, Krishna M. Kavi
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