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5th. International Software Process Workshop  


5th. International Software Process Workshop

Kennebunkport, Maine, USA. October,1989


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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