Keys to Successful Software Development
Phillip A. Laplante
IEEE, 1999 - Computers - 338 pages
In this compendium, readers should find current and classical articles and papers on software project management. Useful for new software project managers seeking to come up to speed quickly, experienced software project managers looking for new approaches, and software project team members looking for insights, this collection presents practical techniques and a scientific framework for managing the software enterprise. Areas covered include: managing projects and people; software life cycle processes; requirements engineering, reuse and reengineering; reliability, risk mitigation and avoidance; using metrics; and process measurement and tools.
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abstract activities analysis analyzed application approach attributes behavior C. A. R. Hoare COCOMO complexity constraints cost cost estimation models cycle decision defects defined document domain effort environment evaluation example execution experience factor failure modes faults feedback formal identify IEEE Software IEEE Transactions implementation improvement information hiding initial estimate input interface internal lines of code measure ment methods metrics program module object-oriented objects operational organization percent Petri nets phase prediction prediction interval problem Proc programming language real-time systems reliability growth reported requirements retrieval reusable components reusable software reverse engineering risk schedule Section soft software components software development Software Engineering software metrics software reliability software reuse specification spiral model structure Table tasks techniques Theory tion Transactions on Software transformation validation variables verified ware waterfall model