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5th. International Software Process Workshop  

ISPW 1, ISPW 2, ISPW 3, ISPW 4, ISPW 5, ISPW 6, ISPW 7, ISPW 8, ISPW 9, ISPW 10

5th. International Software Process Workshop

Kennebunkport, Maine, USA. October,1989

Contributions:

Author(s) Contribution Ref. in GDPA
Balzer, R.
Tolerating inconsistency /Balzer, 1989a/
Boehm, B.
Belz, F.
Experience with the spiral model as a process model generator /Boehm, 1989a/
Carr, D.C.
Koestler, R.
System dynamics models of software development /Carr, 1989/
Cheatham, T.
Process programming and process models /Cheatham, 1989/
Curtis, B.
Walz, D.
Elam, J.
Studying the process of software design teams /Curtis, 1989/
Deiters, W.
Gruhn, V.
Schäfer, W.
Process Programming: A Structured Multi-Paradigm Approach Could be Achieved /Deiters, 1989/
Feiler, P.
Software process support through software configuration management /Feiler, 1989/
Finkelstein, A.
A structural framework for the formal representation of cooperation /Finkelstein, 1989/
Garlan, D.
The role of formalized domain-specific software frameworks /Garlan, 1989/
Heimbigner, D.
P4: a logic language for process programming /Heimbigner, 1989/
Huff, K.E.
Software process instatiation and the planning paradigm /Huff, 1989/
Humphrey, W.S.
Modelling implications of the personal software process /Humphrey, 1989a/
Katayama, T.
Suzuki, M.
Mechanisms for software process dynamics /Katayama, 1989/
Kaiser, G.
Experience with MARVEL /Kaiser, 1989/
Kellner, M.
Experience with enactable software process models /Kellner, 1989/
Kishida, K.
Position Paper for ISPW-5 /Kishida, 1989/
Lehman, M. M.
The role of process models in software and systems development and evolution /Lehman, 1989/
Matsumoto, Y.
Agusa, K
Ajisaka, T.
A software process model based on unit overload network /Matsumoto, 1989/
Minski, N.H.
Law-governed software processes /Minski, 1989/
Nakagawa, A.T.
Futatsugi, K.
Product-based process models /Nakagawa, 1989/
Nakajima, T. A method for recording and analyzing design processes /Nakajima, 1989/
Osterweil, L.
Experiences with process programming /Osterweil, 1989/
Penedo, M.
Acquiring experiences with executable process models /Penedo, 1989/
Redwine, S. T.
Software process dependability /Redwine, 1989/
Reiss, S. P.
Conceptual programming /Reiss, 1989/
Roberts, C.
Jones, A.
Dynamics of process models in PML /Roberts, 1989/
Rombach, D.
Specification of software process measurement /Rombach, 1989/
Scacchi, W.
Experiences with operational software process modelling in the system factory project /Scacchi, 1989/
Sugiyama, Y.
Horowitz, E.
OPM: an object process modelling environment /Sugiyama, 1989/
Thomas, I
The software process as a goal-directed activity /Thomas, 1989/
Wileden, J.
Experiments with typing in process modelling /Wileden, 1989/
Zave, P.
Domain understanding and the software process /Zave, 1989/
Finkelstein, A.
An example of software development modelling /Finkelstein, 1989a/
Heimbigner, D.
An example P4 process program for rebus /Heimbigner, 1989a/
Huff, K.E.
GRAPPLE example: processes as plans /Huff, 1989a/
Kaiser, G.
Marvel strategy language example /Kaiser, 1989a/
Katayama, T.
Suzuki, M.
An example of process description in HFSP /Katayama, 1989a/
Kellner, M.
Software process modelling example /Kellner, 1989a/
Matsumoto, Y.
Ajisaka, T.
An example of a software process model based on Unit workload network /Matsumoto, 1989a/
Osterweil, L.
Example process program code, coded in Appl/A /Osterweil, 1989a/
Sugiyama, Y.
Horowitz, E.
Describing working environments in OPM /Sugiyama, 1989a/

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