Journal: Software Process: Improvement and Practice

Volume 10, Issue 4

357 -- 358Darren Dalcher. What to improve next? selecting and prioritising in software process improvement
359 -- 361Gil Regev, Pnina Soffer, Ilia Bider. Creating and maintaining the fit between business processes and support systems
363 -- 377Selmin Nurcan, Marc-Henri Edme. Intention-driven modeling for flexible workflow applications
379 -- 392Pavel Balabko, Alain Wegmann, Alain Ruppen, Nicolas Clément. Capturing design rationale with functional decomposition of roles in business processes modeling
393 -- 402Pnina Soffer. Scope analysis: identifying the impact of changes in business process models
403 -- 413Tomas Andersson, Ilia Bider, Rogier Svensson. Aligning people to business processes experience report
415 -- 425Stewart Green, Martyn A. Ould. A framework for classifying and evaluating process architecture methods
427 -- 439Lars Taxén. A sociotechnical approach towards alignment
441 -- 453Shivraj Kanungo, Ipininder S. Monga. Prioritizing process change requests (PCRs) in software process improvement
455 -- 465Lasse Harjumaa. A pattern approach to software inspection process improvement

Volume 10, Issue 3

249 -- 0Darren Dalcher. Never alone: process work and supporting disciplines
251 -- 253Dietmar Pfahl, Ioana Rus. Special issue on ProSim 2004, The 5th International Workshop on Software Process Simulation and Modeling, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2004
255 -- 272Chris Jensen, Walt Scacchi. Process modeling across the web information infrastructure
273 -- 285Alexis Ocampo, Fabio Bella, Jürgen Münch. Software process commonality analysis
287 -- 300Neil Smith, Andrea Capiluppi, Juan F. Ramil. A study of open source software evolution data using qualitative simulation
301 -- 309Wayne W. Wakeland, Stephen Shervais, David Raffo. Heuristic optimization as a V&V tool for software process simulation models
311 -- 325Emily Oh Navarro, André van der Hoek. Software process modeling for an educational software engineering simulation game
327 -- 340Thomas Birkhölzer, Christoph Dickmann, Jürgen Vaupel, Laura Dantas. An interactive software management simulator based on the CMMI framework
341 -- 353Bendik Bygstad. Managing the dynamics of mutual adaptation of technology and organisation in information systems development projects
355 -- 0Mercedes Ruiz, Isabel Ramos, Miguel Toro. Correction: An integrated framework for simulation-based Software Process Improvement

Volume 10, Issue 2

99 -- 100Darren Dalcher. Software process: lessons and reflections
101 -- 102Rob van Ommering, David Weiss. Special issue on SPLC 2004, The 3rd Software Product Line Conference, Boston, MA, August-September 2004
103 -- 124Claudia Fritsch, Burkhardt Renz. Four mechanisms for adaptable systems: a meta-level approach to building a software product line
125 -- 142Jan Bosch. Staged adoption of software product families
143 -- 169Krzysztof Czarnecki, Simon Helsen, Ulrich W. Eisenecker. Staged configuration through specialization and multilevel configuration of feature models
171 -- 187Pierre America, Dieter K. Hammer, Mugurel T. Ionita, J. Henk Obbink, Eelco Rommes. Scenario-based decision making for architectural variability in product families
189 -- 201F. George Wilkie, Donald McFall, Fergal McCaffery. An evaluation of CMMI process areas for small- to medium-sized software development organisations
203 -- 215Kevin C. Desouza, Torgeir Dingsøyr, Yukika Awazu. Experiences with conducting project postmortems: reports versus stories
217 -- 247Tran Dan Thu, Hanh Nhi Tran, Dong Thi Bich Thuy, Bernard Coulette, Xavier Crégut. Topological properties for characterizing well-formedness of process components

Volume 10, Issue 1

1 -- 2Darren Dalcher, David Raffo. Introduction to software process: improvement and practice, volume 10 looking forward to the future: expanding the scope of the process area
3 -- 5Jan Bosch. Software variability: process and management
7 -- 29Krzysztof Czarnecki, Simon Helsen, Ulrich W. Eisenecker. Formalizing cardinality-based feature models and their specialization
31 -- 40Muthu Ramachandran, Pat Allen. Commonality and variability analysis in industrial practice for product line improvement
41 -- 60Mikko Raatikainen, Timo Soininen, Tomi Männistö, Antti Mattila. Characterizing configurable software product families and their derivation
61 -- 76Klaus Schmid, Stefan Biffl. Systematic management of software product lines
77 -- 95Ioana Sora, Vladimir Cretu, Pierre Verbaeten, Yolande Berbers. Managing variability of self-customizable systems through composable components
97 -- 98Oddur Benediktsson. Book Review - ISO 9001: 2000: Achieving compliance and continuous improvement in software development companies. Vivek Nanda, ASQ Quality Press, 2003. No. of pages: xv + 271. ISBN 0873895940