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Contents  
  • Identification
  • Homepage
  • Institution
  • Observations
  • Publications
  • Identification

    WinWin

    Homepage

    http://sunset.usc.edu/research/WINWIN/index.html

    Institution

    University of Southern California

    Observations

    The WinWin Spiral Model uses Theory W (win-win) to develop software and system requirements, and architectural solutions, as win conditions negotiated among a project's stakeholders (user, customer, developer, maintainer, interfacer, etc.). The WinWin negotiation tool is a Unix workstation-based groupware support system that allows stakeholders to enter win conditions, explore their interactions, and negotiate mutual agreements on the specifics of the new project being contracted.

    Publications

    1999:
    /Bose, 1999/ WWAC: WinWin Abstraction Based Decision Coordination
    /Parets_Llorca, 1999/ Capturing, Negotiating, and Evolving System Requirements: Bridging WinWin and the UML

    1998:
    /Boehm, 1998a/ WinWin Requirements Negotiation Processes: A Multi-Project Analysis
    /Boehm, 1998b/ Using the WinWin Spiral Model: A Case Study

    1994:
    /Boehm, 1994a/ A Collaborative Spiral Software Process Model Based on Theory W

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