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Product Focused Software Process Improvement [electronic resource] :5th International Conference, PROFES 2004, Kansai Science City, Japan, April 5-8, 2004. Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Bomarius, Frank [editor.] | Iida, Hajimu [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3009Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2004.Description: XII, 588 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540246596.Subject(s): Computer science | Management | Industrial management | Software engineering | Application software | Computers and civilization | Management information systems | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Software Engineering | Computer Appl. in Administrative Data Processing | Computers and Society | Management of Computing and Information Systems | Innovation/Technology ManagementOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Software Process Improvement -- A Model for the Implementation of Software Process Improvement: An Empirical Study -- Does Use of Development Model Affect Estimation Accuracy and Bias? -- Managing Software Process Improvement (SPI) through Statistical Process Control (SPC) -- Towards Hypotheses on Creativity in Software Development -- Using Software Inspection as a Catalyst for SPI in a Small Company -- Comparing Global (Multi-site) SPI Program Activities to SPI Program Models -- Starting SPI from Software Configuration Management: A Fast Approach for an Organization to Realize the Benefits of SPI -- Software Quality -- Evaluating the Calmness of Ubiquitous Applications -- Quality Attributes in Mobile Web Application Development -- Introducing Quality System in Small and Medium Enterprises: An Experience Report -- Measurement -- Definition and Empirical Validation of Metrics for Software Process Models -- Multiview Framework for Goal Oriented Measurement Plan Design -- Eliminating Over-Confidence in Software Development Effort Estimates -- Measuring the Object-Oriented Properties in Small Sized C++ Programs – An Empirical Investigation -- Methods and Tools -- An Empirical Investigation on the Impact of Training-by-Examples on Inspection Performance -- Refactoring Support Based on Code Clone Analysis -- Introducing the Next Generation of Software Inspection Tools -- Intelligent Support for Software Release Planning -- Experimental Software Engineering -- An Empirical Evaluation of Predicting Runaway Software Projects Using Bayesian Classification -- Effort Estimation Based on Collaborative Filtering -- Effective Software Project Management Education through Simulation Models: An Externally Replicated Experiment -- Software Engineering Research Strategy: Combining Experimental and Explorative Research (EER) -- Industrial Experiences -- Automatic Measurement at Nokia Mobile Phones: A Case of SDL Based Software Development -- Using a Reference Application with Design Patterns to Produce Industrial Software -- Using RUP for Process-Oriented Organisations -- Web-Based System Development: Status in the Norwegian IT Organizations -- Agile Methods -- Achieving CMMI Level 2 with Enhanced Extreme Programming Approach -- Usability Assessment of an Extreme Programming Project: Close Co-operation with the Customer Does Not Equal to Good Usability -- Empirical Evaluation of Agile Software Development: The Controlled Case Study Approach -- Good-Enough Software Process in Nokia -- An Ideal Process Model for Agile Methods -- Experimental Development of a Prototype for Mobile Environmental Information Systems (MEIS) -- Software Process Assessment -- Selecting CMMI Appraisal Classes Based on Maturity and Openness -- Combining Capability Assessment and Value Engineering: A BOOTSTRAP Example -- Assessing the State of Software Documentation Practices -- Requirements Engineering -- Requirements Prioritization Challenges in Practice -- A Requirement Elicitation Method in Collaborative Software Development Community -- Development of a Normative Package for Safety-Critical Software Using Formal Regulatory Requirements -- Software Reuse / COTS -- A Study of Developer Attitude to Component Reuse in Three IT Companies -- Managing COTS Components Using a Six Sigma-Based Process -- Using Dynamic Modeling and Simulation to Improve the COTS Software Process.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: On behalf of the PROFES organizing committee we are proud to present to you the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Product Focused Software Process Improvement (PROFES 2004), held in Kansai Science City, Japan. Since 1999, PROFES has established itself as one of the recognized international process improvement conferences. In 2004 the conference left Europe for the first time and moved to Japan. Japan and its neighboring countries are intensifying their efforts to improve software engineering excellence, so it was a logical step to select Japan as the venue for PROFES 2004. The purpose of the conference is to bring to light the most recent findings and results in the area and to stimulate discussion between researchers, experienced professionals, and technology providers. The large number of participants coming from industry confirms that the conference provides a variety of up-to-date topics and tackles industry problems. The main theme of PROFES is professional software process improvement (SPI) motivated by product and service quality needs. SPI is facilitated by software process assessment, software measurement, process modeling, and technology transfer. It has become a practical tool for quality software engineering and management. The conference addresses both the solutions found in practice and the relevant research results from academia. This is reflected in the 41 full papers, which are a balanced mix of academic papers as well as industrial experience reports.
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Software Process Improvement -- A Model for the Implementation of Software Process Improvement: An Empirical Study -- Does Use of Development Model Affect Estimation Accuracy and Bias? -- Managing Software Process Improvement (SPI) through Statistical Process Control (SPC) -- Towards Hypotheses on Creativity in Software Development -- Using Software Inspection as a Catalyst for SPI in a Small Company -- Comparing Global (Multi-site) SPI Program Activities to SPI Program Models -- Starting SPI from Software Configuration Management: A Fast Approach for an Organization to Realize the Benefits of SPI -- Software Quality -- Evaluating the Calmness of Ubiquitous Applications -- Quality Attributes in Mobile Web Application Development -- Introducing Quality System in Small and Medium Enterprises: An Experience Report -- Measurement -- Definition and Empirical Validation of Metrics for Software Process Models -- Multiview Framework for Goal Oriented Measurement Plan Design -- Eliminating Over-Confidence in Software Development Effort Estimates -- Measuring the Object-Oriented Properties in Small Sized C++ Programs – An Empirical Investigation -- Methods and Tools -- An Empirical Investigation on the Impact of Training-by-Examples on Inspection Performance -- Refactoring Support Based on Code Clone Analysis -- Introducing the Next Generation of Software Inspection Tools -- Intelligent Support for Software Release Planning -- Experimental Software Engineering -- An Empirical Evaluation of Predicting Runaway Software Projects Using Bayesian Classification -- Effort Estimation Based on Collaborative Filtering -- Effective Software Project Management Education through Simulation Models: An Externally Replicated Experiment -- Software Engineering Research Strategy: Combining Experimental and Explorative Research (EER) -- Industrial Experiences -- Automatic Measurement at Nokia Mobile Phones: A Case of SDL Based Software Development -- Using a Reference Application with Design Patterns to Produce Industrial Software -- Using RUP for Process-Oriented Organisations -- Web-Based System Development: Status in the Norwegian IT Organizations -- Agile Methods -- Achieving CMMI Level 2 with Enhanced Extreme Programming Approach -- Usability Assessment of an Extreme Programming Project: Close Co-operation with the Customer Does Not Equal to Good Usability -- Empirical Evaluation of Agile Software Development: The Controlled Case Study Approach -- Good-Enough Software Process in Nokia -- An Ideal Process Model for Agile Methods -- Experimental Development of a Prototype for Mobile Environmental Information Systems (MEIS) -- Software Process Assessment -- Selecting CMMI Appraisal Classes Based on Maturity and Openness -- Combining Capability Assessment and Value Engineering: A BOOTSTRAP Example -- Assessing the State of Software Documentation Practices -- Requirements Engineering -- Requirements Prioritization Challenges in Practice -- A Requirement Elicitation Method in Collaborative Software Development Community -- Development of a Normative Package for Safety-Critical Software Using Formal Regulatory Requirements -- Software Reuse / COTS -- A Study of Developer Attitude to Component Reuse in Three IT Companies -- Managing COTS Components Using a Six Sigma-Based Process -- Using Dynamic Modeling and Simulation to Improve the COTS Software Process.

On behalf of the PROFES organizing committee we are proud to present to you the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Product Focused Software Process Improvement (PROFES 2004), held in Kansai Science City, Japan. Since 1999, PROFES has established itself as one of the recognized international process improvement conferences. In 2004 the conference left Europe for the first time and moved to Japan. Japan and its neighboring countries are intensifying their efforts to improve software engineering excellence, so it was a logical step to select Japan as the venue for PROFES 2004. The purpose of the conference is to bring to light the most recent findings and results in the area and to stimulate discussion between researchers, experienced professionals, and technology providers. The large number of participants coming from industry confirms that the conference provides a variety of up-to-date topics and tackles industry problems. The main theme of PROFES is professional software process improvement (SPI) motivated by product and service quality needs. SPI is facilitated by software process assessment, software measurement, process modeling, and technology transfer. It has become a practical tool for quality software engineering and management. The conference addresses both the solutions found in practice and the relevant research results from academia. This is reflected in the 41 full papers, which are a balanced mix of academic papers as well as industrial experience reports.

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