Topics: Process Improvement
Presented: February 2003
This book shows how to use measurement to manage and improve software processes within an organization in order to achieve both business and technical goals.
This 1997 report shows how well-established principles and methods for evaluating and controlling process performance can be applied in software settings to achieve an organization's business and technical goals.
Topics: Measurement and Analysis
This 1995 report discusses observations, lessons learned, and recommendations from a DISA pilot effort to assess the issues involved in implementing a software measurement program across multiple sites and projects.
This 1992 report presents recommendations for a basic set of software measures that Department of Defense (DoD) organizations can use to help plan and manage the acquisition, development, and support of software systems.
Authors: William A. Florac
This 1992 report presents mechanisms for describing and specifying software problems and defects--two software measures used to understand and predict software product quality and software process efficacy.