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Showing 1 - 4 of 4 results for Author - james withey Software Product Lines

Technical Report | June 1997 - Technical Report Product Line Practice Workshop Report By Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Sholom G. Cohen, Linda M. Northrop, James Withey

This 1997 report synthesizes the presentations and discussions from the 1996 SEI Product Line Practice Workshop. In this workshop, participants identified factors involved in product line practices and analyzed issues in the areas of architecture, people-organization-management, and business models.

Technical Report | April 1998 - Technical Report Second Product Line Practice Workshop Report By Len Bass, Gary Chastek, Paul C. Clements, Linda M. Northrop, Dennis B. Smith, James Withey

This report synthesizes the presentations and discussions from the Second SEI Product Line Practice Workshop, held in November 1997. Workshop participants identified factors involved in product line practices and analyzed issues in the areas of software engineering, technical management, and enterprise management.

Technical Report | May 1998 - Technical Report DoD Product Line Practice Workshop Report By John K. Bergey, Robert W. Krut - Jr., Paul C. Clements, Sholom G. Cohen, Patrick Donohoe, Lawrence G. Jones, Linda M. Northrop, Scott R. Tilley (Florida Institute of Technoloy), Dennis B. Smith, James Withey

This report synthesizes the 1998 product line workshop presentations and discussions that described selected product line practices and identified barriers and enablers to achieving these practices within the DoD.

Technical Report | November 1996 - Technical Report Investment Analysis of Software Assets for Product Lines By James Withey

This 1996 report introduces an approach that will help managers make resource allocation decisions.