Software Metrics: Establishing a Company-wide Program

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Prentice-Hall, 1987 - Computers - 288 pages
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Measuring the beginning; A process focus; The strategy; Initial data and research; Establishing standards; The selling of metrics; The human element; The need for tools; Some early success stories; A company-wide database; Reflections on the meaningfulness of data; Graphs for top-level management; A training program; The care and feeding of a metrics; Twenty-twenty hindsight; A detailed software development process description; The new role of the software project manager; The final conclusion; Appendices; Index.

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Contents

A PROCESS FOCUS
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THE STRATEGY
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ESTABLISHING STANDARDS
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