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1st. International Software Process Workshop  

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1st. International Software Process Workshop

Egham, UK. 1984

Potts, C. (Ed.)

Contributions:

Author(s) Contribution Ref. in GDPA
Balzer, R.
Cheatham, T.
Green, C.
Software technology in the 1990's: using a new paradigm /Balzer, 1984/
Jackson, M.
Software composition /Jackson M., 1984/
Koomen, C.J.
Thinking about software design: A meta activity /Koomen, 1984/
Lehman, M. M.
A further model of coherent programming processes /Lehman, 1984/
Tully, C.
System development models /Tully, 1984/
Lavi, J. Z. A systems engineering approach to software engineering /Lavi, 1984/
Sommerville, I.
Are we real software engineers? /Sommerville, 1984/
Campbell, R.H. RECIPE: Requirements for an evolutionary computer-based information processing environment /Campbell, 1984/
Kramer, J.
Magee, J.
Environment requirements for system evolution /Kramer, 1984/
Wileden, J.
Clarke, L.
Feedback-directed development of complex software systems /Wileden, 1984/
Frewin, G. D.
Hamer, P.G.
SPMMS - A support for the management process /Frewin, 1984/
Hague, S. J.
Toolpack - Providing extended support for the Fortran programmer /Hague, 1984/
Pletat, U.
Theory and concepts for a software engineering environment /Pletat, 1984/
Wasserman, A. I.
Characteristics of the user software engineering methodology /Wasserman, 1984/
Boehm, B.
Gray, E.
Seewaldt, T.
Prototyping versus specifying: A multiproject experiment /Boehm, 1984/
MacLean, R. I.
Potts, C.
Cherrie, B. H.
Barlett, A J.
Validation in the software process /MacLean, 1984/
Turski, W. M.
Completeness and executability of specifications: Two confusing notions /Turski, 1984/

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