Improving Software Quality through Computer Supported Collaborative Review
|Formal technical review (FTR) is a cornerstone of software quality assurance. However, the labor-intensive and manual nature of review, along with basic unresolved questions about its process and products, means that review is typically under-utilized or inefficiently applied within the software development process. This paper introduces CSRS, a computer-supported cooperative work environment for software review that improves the efficiency of review activities and supports empirical investigation of the appropriate parameters for review. The paper presents a typical scenario of CSRS in review, its data and process model, application to process maturation, relationship to other research, current status, and future directions.
|Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands
|ECSCW 1993: Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
|Improving Software Quality through Computer Supported Collaborative Review
|13-17 September 1993