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10th. International Software Process Workshop  

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

10th. International Software Process Workshop

June 17-19, 1996. Ventron, France

Contributions:

Author(s) Contribution Ref. in GDPA
Sutton, S. M.
Osterweil, L.
Product Families and Process Families /Sutton, 1996/
Heimbigner, D.
Wolf, A.
Software in the Field Needs Process Too /Heimbigner, 1996/
Jaccheri, M. L. Reusing Software Process Models in E3 /Jaccheri, 1996a/
Hitchings, R.
Martinez, M.
Reuse of Process Elements and the One Company's Experience /Hitchings, 1996/
Groenewegen, L.
Engels, G.
Reuse of Software Process Fragments Is Reuse of Software Too /Groenewegen, 1996/
Hollenbach, C.
Experiences in Process Domain Engineering at PRC Inc. /Hollenbach, 1996/
Avrilionis, D.
Cunin, P.-Y.
Process Model Reuse Support: The OPSIS Approach /Avrilionis, 1996/
Kaiser, G.
Heineman, G.
Skopp, P.D.
Yang, J.J.
On the Yellow Brick Road to Component-based Product Lines /Kaiser, 1996/
Ellmer, E.
Merkl, D.
Considerations for an Organizational Memory in Software Development /Ellmer, 1996/
Verlage, M. Towards Software Process Modules /Verlage, 1996a/
Hong, W.
Madhavji, N.
The Role of a Software Process Generaliser in Managing a Line Products /Hong, 1996/
Alloui, I.
Oquendo, F.
Support for Environment-Mediated Human Cooperation in Large-Scale Reuse-Based Projects /Alloui, 1996/
Di Nitto, E.
Fuggetta, A.
Product lines: what are the issues? /DiNitto, 1996/
Greenwood, R.M.
Kawalek, P.
Robertson, I.
Warboys, B.
An Asset View on the Software Development Process /Greenwood, 1996a/
Arbaoui, S.
Oquendo, F.
Reuse sensitive process models: Are process elements software assets too ? /Arbaoui, 1996/

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