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Software Process Definition and Management

Münch, J., Armbrust, O., Kowalczyk, M., Soto, M.

2012, XX, 236 p.

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From the reviews:

"The Book (...) is very precise and accurate. This is important because process management is a practice-driven field and the literature is quite uneven. (...) It is an ideal book for a graduate course in software project management, where student teams can engage in a semester-long team project of designing a process model for an external software organization." (Don Chand, Computing Reviews, October, 2012)

“Münch (Univ. of Helsinki, Finland) and colleagues provide a thoughtful overview of the software development process, covering the gamut of the various software process models and their notations, tools, and improvement approaches. The book nicely covers the two main types of software process models, prescriptive and descriptive. Prescriptive models tell people what to do in projects and are used as guidance during daily work, while descriptive models describe the currently used real-world process. … Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students through professionals/practitioners in software development.” (C. Tappert, Choice, Vol. 50 (6), February, 2013)

 

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