Product-Focused Software Process Improvement

14th International Conference, PROFES 2013, Paphos, Cyprus, June 12-14, 2013. Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-642-39258-0 (Print) 978-3-642-39259-7 (Online)

Table of contents (37 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Keynote Talks

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      Making Software Quality Visible

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      ECO-MAPS: Information Quality-Driven Enterprise Modeling

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      Implementation of an Online Multi-level and Device-Independent Time and Attendance System

  3. Empirical Software Engineering

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      How Applicable Is ISO/IEC 29110 in Game Software Development?

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      Supporting Cognitive Work in Software Development Workflows

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      Impediments in Agile Software Development: An Empirical Investigation

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      Are Happy Developers More Productive?

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      A Model-Driven Approach to Specifying and Monitoring Controlled Experiments in Software Engineering

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      Pages 80-92

      Beyond Herding Cats: Aligning Quantitative Technology Evaluation in Large-Scale Research Projects

  4. Software Process Improvement

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      Pages 93-107

      Software Process Improvement in Inter-departmental Development of Software-Intensive Automotive Systems – A Case Study

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      Pages 108-122

      Improving Requirements Engineering by Artefact Orientation

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      Managing Constant Flow of Requirements: Screening Challenges in Very Large-Scale Requirements Engineering

  5. Managing Software Processes

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      Pages 138-152

      Who Cares About Software Process Modelling? A First Investigation About the Perceived Value of Process Engineering and Process Consumption

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      Pages 153-168

      Modeling Variabilities from Software Process Lines with Compositional and Annotative Techniques: A Quantitative Study

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      SMartySPEM: A SPEM-Based Approach for Variability Management in Software Process Lines

  6. Software Measurement

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      Pages 184-198

      Aligning Corporate and IT Goals and Strategies in the Oil and Gas Industry

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      Evaluating Maintainability of MDA Software Process Models

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      The Evaluation of Weighted Moving Windows for Software Effort Estimation

  7. Decision Support in Software Engineering

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      Pages 229-239

      Identifying Potential Risks and Benefits of Using Cloud in Distributed Software Development

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      A Cloud Adoption Decision Support Model Based on Fuzzy Cognitive Maps

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