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How to assess a software process modeling formalism from a project member's point of view

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2 Author(s)
H. D. Rombach ; Fachbereich Inf., Kaiserslautern Univ., Germany ; M. Verlage

An experimental framework for assessing process formalisms from project members' points of view is proposed. This framework is based on the goal/question/metric paradigm and uses role definitions to state the assessment goals. The assessment goals are then used to identify the information that must be supplied by a formalism to support a project role. The feasibility of this framework is demonstrated using the ISPW-6 software process example. A number of example roles are identified, and example hypotheses are derived for some of the formalisms used

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Software Process, 1993. Continuous Software Process Improvement, Second International Conference on the

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25-26 Feb 1993