Making Globally Distributed Software Development a Success Story

International Conference on Software Process, ICSP 2008 Leipzig, Germany, May 10-11, 2008 Proceedings

  • Editors
  • Qing Wang
  • Dietmar Pfahl
  • David M. Raffo
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 5007)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Invited Talk

    1. Pär J. Ågerfalk, Brian Fitzgerald, Helena Holmström Olsson, Eoin Ó Conchúir
      Pages 1-9
  3. Process Management

    1. John Burton, Fergal McCaffery, Ita Richardson
      Pages 24-35
    2. Pedro E. Colla, Jorge Marcelo Montagna
      Pages 36-50
    3. Junya Debari, Osamu Mizuno, Tohru Kikuno, Nahomi Kikuchi, Masayuki Hirayama
      Pages 51-62
    4. Fei Dong, Mingshu Li, Yuzhu Zhao, Juan Li, Ye Yang
      Pages 63-75
  4. Process Content

    1. Zaiwen Feng, Keqing He, Yutao Ma, Jian Wang, Ping Gong
      Pages 88-99
    2. Yin Li, Juan Li, Ye Yang, Mingshu Li
      Pages 100-111
    3. Liming Zhu, Mark Staples, Ross Jeffery
      Pages 112-122
  5. Process Tools and Metrics

    1. Mohammad Azzeh, Daniel Neagu, Peter Cowling
      Pages 123-134
    2. Juan Li, Lishan Hou, Zhongsen Qin, Qing Wang, Guisheng Chen
      Pages 135-146
  6. Process Representation, Analysis and Modeling

    1. Ove Armbrust, Masafumi Katahira, Yuko Miyamoto, Jürgen Münch, Haruka Nakao, Alexis Ocampo
      Pages 160-172
    2. Ming Huo, He Zhang, Ross Jeffery
      Pages 173-185
    3. Mohammed Kabbaj, Redouane Lbath, Bernard Coulette
      Pages 186-197
    4. Raymond Madachy, Barry Boehm
      Pages 198-209
    5. Tim Menzies, Oussama Elrawas, Barry Boehm, Raymond Madachy, Jairus Hihn, Daniel Baker et al.
      Pages 210-221

About these proceedings

Introduction

This volume contains papers presented at the International Conference on Software Process (ICSP 2008) held in Leipzig, Germany, during May 10-11, 2008. ICSP 2008 was the second conference of the ICSP series. The theme of ICSP 2008 was “Making Globally Distributed Software Development a Success Story. ” Software developers work in a dynamic context of frequently changing technologies and with limited resources. Globally distributed development teams are under ev- increasing pressure to deliver their products more quickly and with higher levels of qu- ity. At the same time, global competition is forcing software development organizations to cut costs by rationalizing processes, outsourcing part of or all development activities, reusing existing software in new or modified applications, and evolving existing systems to meet new needs, while still minimizing the risk of projects failing to deliver. To address these difficulties, new and modified processes are emerging, including agile methods and plan-based product line development. Open Source, COTS, and com- nity-developed software are becoming more and more popular. Outsourcing coupled with 24/7 development demands well-defined processes to support the coordination of organizationally—and geographically—separated teams. The accepted papers present completed research or advanced work-in-progress in all areas of software and systems development process including: agile software pr- esses, CMMI, novel techniques for software process representation and analysis; process tools and metrics; and the simulation and modeling of software processes. Contributions reflecting real-world experience, or derived directly from industrial or open-source software development and evolution, were particularly welcome.

Keywords

IT Service Management Service-oriented Computing Simulation Software Engineering agile methods architecture association rule mining dynamic models evaluation information retrieval metamodels modeling ontology process process analysis

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-79588-9
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Computer Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-79587-2
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-79588-9
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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