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  • Author:
    Barry Boehm,Hans Dieter Rombach,Marvin V. Zelkowitz
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Software professionals familiar with process improvement are familiar with the name Victor R Basili. The man and this book are classic and should be on every software engineers bookshelf. I found this book useful and a great foundation for implementing process improvement in any organization. His ideas of experience factory, paradigm, and the quality improvement paradigm are definitely worth understanding.

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Although software engineering can trace its beginnings to a NATO conf- ence in 1968, it cannot be said to have become an empirical science until the 1970s with the advent of the . Victor Robert Basili of the University of Maryland.

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Barry Boehm, Hans Dieter Rombach, Marvin V. Zelkowitz. Category: Computer Science, Software Engineering. Experimental Software Engineering Issues:: Critical Assessment and Future Directions. 6 Mb. International Workshop, Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, September. ieter Rombach, Victor R. Basili, Richard W. Selby.

Book DescriptionThis book captures the main scientific contributions of Victor R. He was the first to claim that software engineering needed to follow the model of other physical sciences and develop an experimental paradigm. By working on this postulate, he developed concepts that today are well known and widely used, including the method, the Quality-Improvement paradigm, and the Experience Factory

Foundations of Empirical Software Engineering Barry Boehm; Hans Dieter Rombach; Marvin V. Zelkow Springer 9783540245476 : Captures the scientific contributions of Victor R Basili, who has shap. Автор: Jens Rasmussen; Pranas Zunde Название: Empirical Foundations of Information and Software Science III ISBN: 1461290554 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781461290551 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг

Although software engineering can trace its beginnings to a NATO conf- ence in 1968, it cannot be said to have become an empirical science until the 1970s with the advent of the work of Prof. Victor Robert Basili of the University of Maryland. In addition to the need to engineer software was the need to understand software. Much like other sciences, such as physics, chemistry, and biology, software engineering needed a discipline of obs- vation, theory formation, experimentation, and feedback. By applying the scientific method to the software engineering domain, Basili developed concepts like the Goal-Question-Metric method, the Quality-Improvement- Paradigm, and the Experience Factory to help bring a sense of order to the ad hoc developments so prevalent in the software engineering field. On the occasion of Basili’s 65th birthday, we present this book c- taining reprints of 20 papers that defined much of his work. We divided the 20 papers into 6 sections, each describing a different facet of his work, and asked several individuals to write an introduction to each section. Instead of describing the scope of this book in this preface, we decided to let one of his papers, the keynote paper he gave at the International C- ference on Software Engineering in 1996 in Berlin, Germany to lead off this book. He, better than we, can best describe his views on what is - perimental software engineering.