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The capability concept is not present nor has it been considered in most software process models. The authors have developed a capabilities-oriented software process model, which has been formalized in UML and implemented as a tool. A Software Process Model Handbook for Incorporating People's Capabilities guides readers through the incorporation of the individual’s capabilities into the software process.
Structured to meet the needs of research scientists and graduate-level students in computer science and engineering, this book is also suitable for practitioners in industry.
- Verlag: Springer US
- Erscheinungstermin: 03.06.2006
- ISBN-13: 9780387254890
- Artikelnr.: 37287655
Software Process and Peopleware Basics.
Part I. Software Process Models.
Overview of Software Process Models and Descriptive Criteria for their Analysis.
Summary of the Overview of Software Process Models.
Part II. Capabilities
Oriented Software Process Model.
Adding Capabilities to the Software Process Model.
Based Assignation Method in Action.
Benefits of Incorporating People's Capabilities into the Software Process.
Appendix A. People's Capabilities.
Appendix B. 16 PF fifth Edition Personality Factor Questionnaire.
Appendix C. People models.
"The book is a valuable contribution to the growth of software engineering as an engineering discipline, with all the implied social impacts. ... Illustrated examples and case studies are included throughout the text, helping the reader follow the content and intent of the book. ... Thus, the book provides a good starting point for working out people's career path strategies, educating human relation departments on software worker characteristics, and convincing upper management ... ." (Mario Kupries, Computing Reviews, February, 2006)