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9th. International Software Process Workshop

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

9th. International Software Process Workshop

Reston, Virginia, USA, Oct 5-7, 1994

Editor:
Ghezzi, C.

Contributions:

Author(s) Contribution Ref. in GDPA
Dewan, P.
Krishnamurthy, B.
Relations between {CSCW} and software process research: a position statement /Dewan, 1994/
Gruhn, V.
Communication support in a process-centered software engineering environment /Gruhn, 1994/
Schäfer, W.
Wolf, S.
Cooperation patterns in {PSEE}s /Schäfer, 1994/
Diamant, J.
Human interaction suppport in HP SynerVision for SoftBench /Diamant, 1994/
Giese, P.
Hoisl, B.
Lott, C.M.
Rombach, D.
Data collection in a process-sensitive software engineering environment /Giese, 1994/
Bandinelli, S.
Di Nitto, E.
Fuggetta, A.
Lavazza, L.
Coupled vs. De-coupled User Interfaces in PSEE's /Bandinelli, 94b/
Montangero, C.
The "process in the tool syndrome'': is it becoming worse? /Montangero, 1994b/
Seaman, C.
Basili, V.
OPT: organization and process together /Seaman, 1994/
Nakagawa, A.T.
Futatsugi, K.
Formalizing humans in software processes /Nakagawa, 1994/
Ajisaka, T.
Meta-integration for process integrated CASE environments /Ajisaka, 1994/
Culver-Lozo, K.
The software process from the developer's perspective: a case study on improving process usability /Culver-Lozo, 1994b/
Barghouti, N.
Separating process model enactment from process execution in Provence /Barghouti, 1994b/
Iida, H.
Inuoue, K.
Torii, K.
Using process descriptions as templates of communication flow /Iida, 1994/
Young, P.S.
Taylor, R. N.
Human-executed operations in the teamware process programming system /Young, 1994a/
Boehm, B.
Bose, P.
Humans and process frameworks: some critical process elements /Boehm, 1994b/
Stotts, P.D.
Furuta, R.
Process models as multi-reader collaborative hyperdocuments /Stotts, 1994/
Belkhatir, N.
Melo, W.
The need for a cooperative model: the adele/ tempo experience /Belkhatir, 1994b/
Votta, L. By the way, has anyone studied any real programmers yet? /Votta, 1994/
Bandinelli, S.
Fuggetta, A.
Lavazza, L.
Picco, G. P.
Combining control and data integration in the SPADE-1 process-centered software engineering environment /Bandinelli, 1994e/
Kaplan, S.M.
Bignoli, C.
Tolone, W.J.
Process, space, & software development suppport /Kaplan, 1994/
Humphrey, W.S. Process feedback and learning /Humphrey, 1994b/
Arnold, J.E Toward collaborative software processes /Arnold, J., 1994/
Alloui, I.
Arbaoui, S.
Oquendo, F.
Process-centered environments: support for human-environment interaction and environment-mediated human cooperation /Alloui, 1994a/
Ben-Shaul, I.
Heineman, G.
Popovich, S.S.
Skopp, P.D.
Valetto, G.
Integrating groupware and process technologies in the Oz environment /Ben-Shaul, 1994a/
Sherdil, K.
Madhavji, N.
Personal "Progress Functions" in the Software Process /Sherdil, 94/
Heimbigner, D.
Osterweil, L.
An argument for the elimination of roles /Heimbigner, 1994a/
Pohl, K.
Doemges, R.
Jarke, M.
Decision oriented process modelling /Pohl, 1994/
Osterweil, L.
Heimbigner, D.
An alternative to software process languages /Osterweil, 1994a/
Balzer, R.
Process definition formalism maturity levels /Balzer, 1994a/
Lehman, M. M. Evolution, Feedback and Software Technology /Lehman, 1994/
Perry, D.
Issues in process architecture /Perry, 1994a/
Penedo, M.
Life-cycle (Sub) Process Scenario /Penedo, 94/
Cook, J.
Wolf, A.
Lowering the entry barrier and raising the cofidence in large process models /Cook, 1994b/

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