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Unifying the Software Process Spectrum: International Software Process Workshop, SPW 2005, Beijing, China, May 25-27, 2005 Revised Selected Papers

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the International Software Process Workshop, SPW 2005, help in Beijing, China in May 2005. The 30 papers presented here, together with 11 keynote addresses are organized in topical sections on process content, process tools and metrics, process management, process representation and analysis, as well as experience reports.

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Overview

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the International Software Process Workshop, SPW 2005, help in Beijing, China in May 2005. The 30 papers presented here, together with 11 keynote addresses are organized in topical sections on process content, process tools and metrics, process management, process representation and analysis, as well as experience reports.

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Keynote Speech.- Evolving Defect “Folklore”: A Cross-Study Analysis of Software Defect Behavior.- The Future of Software Processes.- Software are Processes Too.- The Software Process: Global Goals.- Achieving Software Development Performance Improvement Through Process Change.- Expanding the Horizons of Software Development Processes: A 3-D Integrated Methodology.- Unifying Microprocess and Macroprocess Research.- What Beyond CMMI Is Needed to Help Assure Program and Project Success?.- Integrated Software Process and Product Lines.- A Rigorous Software Process for the Development of Embedded Systems.- Active Models:A Possible Approach to the Integration of Objective and Subjective Process Models.- Process Content.- A Value-Based Process for Achieving Software Dependability.- A Development Process for Building OSS-Based Applications.- A Study on the Distribution and Cost Prediction of Requirements Changes in the Software Life-Cycle.- Requirements Engineering Processes Improvement: A Systematic View.- S-RaP: A Concurrent, Evolutionary Software Prototyping Process.- Aspect-Oriented Software Development and Software Process.- A Gradually Proceeded Software Architecture Design Process.- Process Patterns for COTS-Based Development.- Process Tools and Metrics.- Software Testing Process Automation Based on UTP – A Case Study.- Evaluation of the Capability of Personal Software Process Based on Data Envelopment Analysis.- Project Management System Based on Work-Breakdown-Structure Process Model.- Spiral Pro: A Project Plan Generation Framework and Support Tool.- Process Management.- A Process Improvement Framework and a Supporting Software Oriented to Chinese Small Organizations.- Incremental Workflow Mining Based on Document Versioning Information.- A Framework for Coping with Process Evolution.- Software Process Management: Practices in China.- Process Representation and Analysis.- Process Elements: Components of Software Process Architectures.- Process Programming to Support Medical Safety: A Case Study on Blood Transfusion.- Translation of Nets Within Nets in Cross-organizational Software Process Modeling.- M(in)BASE: An Upward-Tailorable Process Wrapper Framework for Identifying and Avoiding Model Clashes.- Integrated Modeling of Business Value and Software Processes.- Process Technology to Facilitate the Conduct of Science.- Process Definition Language Support for Rapid Simulation Prototyping.- Experience Reports.- Evolving an Experience Base for Software Process Research.- Experiences in Discovering, Modeling, and Reenacting Open Source Software Development Processes.- Application of the V-Modell XT – Report from a Pilot Project.- A Road Map for Implementing eXtreme Programming.- Automatically Analyzing Software Processes: Experience Report.- Status of SPI Activities in Japanese Software – A View from JASPIC.- A Survey of CMM/CMMI Implementation in China.

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