MEASURING THE SOFTWARE PROCESS

MEASURING THE SOFTWARE PROCESS

This book, drawing on work done at the Software Engineering Institute and other organizations, shows how to use measurements to manage and improve software processes. The authors explain specifically how quality characteristics of software products and processes can be quantified, plotted, and analyzed so the performance of software development activities can be predicted, controlled, and guided to achieve both business and technical goals. The measurement methods presented, based on the principles of statistical quality control, are illuminated by application examples taken from industry. Although many of the methods discussed are applicable to individual projects, the book's primary focus is on the steps software development organizations can take toward broad-reaching, long-term success. The book particularly addresses the needs of software managers and practitioners who have already set up some kind of basic measurement process and are ready to take the next step by collectingand analyzing software data as a basis for making process decisions and predicting process performance.
Editora: PEARSON EDUCATION DO BRASIL
ISBN: 0201604442
ISBN13: 9780201604443
Edição: 1ª Edição - 1999
Número de Páginas: 304
Acabamento: HARDCOVER
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