Showing 1 - 9 of 9 results for the Author - alan m. christie
This 1997 report describes the results of a two-year study of experiences with the adoption and use of software process automation.
This 1994 report identifies how process automation relates to both process improvement and CASE tools.
This 1996 report documents an empirical study that documented practical experiences related to software process automation and to identify what works and what does not.
This 1993 report addresses process definition and enactment (PCDE) issues which pertain to the specification and design of a PCDE.
This paper documents and analyzes an existing, moderate size, software maintenance project.
This report presents the results of interviews between CASE Environments Project team members and personnel in eight software maintenance projects within an agency of the U.S. government. The purpose of the study was to learn more about the tools, procedures, and techniques project personnel use in their work.
This report provides an unbiasedassessment of publicly available ID technology. The report also outlines relevant issues for the research community as they formulate research directions and allocate funds.
In this 2002 report, Alan Christie describes the results of exploring the use of simulation in examining internet survivability.
This 1999 whitepaper suggests three reasons why the software engineering community could exploit simulation to much greater advantage.