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  • Author:
    Nazim H. Madhavji,Juan Fernandez-Ramil,Dewayne Perry
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    0470871806
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    Wiley; 1 edition (May 18, 2006)
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ISBN-13: 978-0470871805. Software Evolution and Feedback is a comprehensive referenceto concepts, phenomena, and techniques to assist the maintenance,management and understanding of very large and long-lived softwaresystems. The book provides an up-to-date scientific overviewof what software evolution is, shows why it is inevitable forreal-world applications, how to technically and managerially dealwith it, and demonstrates the role of feedback in softwaredevelopment and maintenance.

Software Evolution and Feedback: Theory and Practice. Nazim H. Madhavji, Juan Fernandez-Ramil, Dewayne Perry. Juan C. Fernandez-Ramil. Evolution of software has long been recognized as one of the most problematic and challenging areas in the field of software engineering, as evidenced by the high, often up to 60-80%, life-cycle costs attributed to this activity over the life of a software system. Users and Developers: An Agent-Based Simulation of Open Source Software Evolution.

Professor, and Motorola Regents Chair in Software Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin. Software evolution and feedback: Theory and practice. NH Madhavji, J Fernandez-Ramil, D Perry. John Wiley & Sons, 2006. Software Engineering.

oceedings{EA, title {Software Evolution and Feedback: Theory and Practice}, author {Nazim H. Madhavji and Juan Fern{'a}ndez-Ramil and Dewayne E. Perry}, year {2006} }. Madhavji, Juan Fernández-Ramil, Dewayne E. Perry. List of Contributors. Part one software evolution. 1 Software Evolution (Meir Lehman and Juan Fernandez Ramil). 2 A Nontraditional View of the Dimensions of Software Evolution (Dewayne E. Perry). 3 IT Legacy Systems: Enabling Environments That Reduce the Legacy Problem: A Complexity Perspective (Eve Mitleton-Kelly)

Автор: Nazim H. Madhavji Название: Software Evolution and Feedback: Theory and Practice .

This book delivers an up-to-date scientific understanding of what software evolution is, to show why it is inevitable for real world applications, and it demonstrates the role of feedback in software development and maintenance.

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Evolution of software has long been recognized as one of the mostproblematic and challenging areas in the field of softwareengineering, as evidenced by the high, often up to 60-80%,life-cycle costs attributed to this activity over the life of asoftware system.  Studies of software evolution are central tothe understanding and practice of software development.  Yetit has received relatively little attention in the field ofsoftware engineering.  This book focuses on topics aimed atgiving a scientific insight into the aspect of software evolutionand feedback.

In summary, the book covers conceptual, phenomenological,empirical, technological and theoretical aspects of the field ofsoftware evolution - with contributions from the leadingexperts.

This book delivers an up-to-date scientific understanding ofwhat software evolution is, to show why it is inevitable for realworld applications, and it demonstrates the role of feedbackin software development and maintenance.  The book alsoaddresses some of the phenomenological and technologicalunderpinnings and includes rules and guidelines for increasedsoftware evolvability and, in general, sustainability of theevolution process.

Software Evolution and Feedback provides a long overdue,scientific focus on software evolution and the role of feedback inthe software process, making this the indispensable guide for allsoftware practitioners, researchers and managers in the softwareindustry.