Issue 5 • October 2006
Cited by: Papers (5)
Software problems - problems whose solution is software-intensive - come in many forms. Given that software and computers are deeply embedded in society, one general characteristic of software problems is that their early requirements are expressed `deep into the world', that is, in terms that end-users and other stake-holders would recognise and understand. The developer is left with the difficul... View full abstract»
A new and general stochastic process algebra with block structure, called PEPABS, is introduced, which is a generalisation of PEPAph infin. For PEPABS, the activity durations may be allowed to be generally distributed, and the corresponding transition probability matrix has a block-partitioned structure. Specifically, PEPABS is suitable for de... View full abstract»
Aims & Scope
Published from 1997-2006, IEE Proceedings - Software included original contributions of interest to practitioners, researchers and managers who were engaged in software engineering. It covered all aspects of the software lifecycle, including design, development, implementation and maintenance.