Product Focused Software Process Improvement: 6th International Conference, PROFES 2005, Oulu, Finland, June 13-18, 2005, Proceedings

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Frank Bomarius, Seija Komi-Sirviö
Springer, 2005. gada 20. jūn. - 588 lappuses
On behalf of the PROFES Organizing Committee we are proud to present to you the proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Product Focused Software Process Improvement (PROFES 2005), held in Oulu, Finland. Since 1999, PROFES has established itself as one of the recognized inter- tional software process improvement conferences. Thepurposeoftheconferenceistobringtolightthemostrecent?ndingsand results in the area and to stimulate discussion between researchers, experienced professionals,andtechnologyproviders.Thelargenumberofparticipantscoming from industry con?rms that the conference provides a variety of up-to-date t- ics and tackles industry problems. The main theme of PROFES is professional software process improvement (SPI) motivated by product and service quality needs. SPI is facilitated by software process assessment, software measurement, process modeling, and technology transfer. It has become a practical tool for quality software engineering and management. The conference addresses both the solutions found in practice and the relevant research results from academia. This is re?ected in the 42 full papers, which are – as in the years before – a well-balanced mix of academic papers as well as industrial experience reports. The business of developing new applications like mobile and Internet services orenhancingthefunctionalityofavarietyofproductsusingembeddedsoftwareis rapidlygrowing,maturingandmeetingtheharshbusinessrealities.Theaccepted papers focusing on wireless and the Internet are grouped into a special “mobile and wireless” session. WewishtothankVTTElectronics,theUniversityofOuluincludingInfotech, and Fraunhofer IESE for supporting the conference. We are also grateful to the authors for high-quality papers, the Program Committee for their hard work in reviewing the papers, the Organizing Committee for making the event possible, and all the numerous supporters who helped in organizing this conference.

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Keynote Addresses
1
Process Improvement Solution for Codesign in Radio Base Station
16
A Framework for Classification of Change Approches Based on
29
An Empirical Study on OfftheShelf Component Usage in Industrial
54
A Rendezvous of Content Adaptable Service and Product Line Modeling
69
A Framework for Linking Projects and Project Management Methods
84
Software Defect Analysis of a Multirelease Telecommunications System
98
Performance Rather han Capability Problems Insights from Timo Jokela t
115
Process Modeling
314
Acquisition of a ProjectSpecific Process
328
SPI Methods and Tools
343
Improved Control of Automotive Software Suppliers
358
EnterpriseOriented Software Development Environments to Support
370
Experimental Software Engineering
385
Mega Software Engineering
399
Software Development and Experimentation in an Academic
414

Mobile and Wireless Applications
128
Design Patterns and Organisational Memory in Mobile Application
143
Specifying Pattern for Mobile Application Domain Using General Oleksiy Mazhelis Jouni Markkula Markus Jakobsson s
157
Requirements Engineering and Usability
173
Functional and Nonfunctional Requirements Specification
189
Framework for Integrating Usability Practices into the Software Process
202
Industrial Experiences
216
Comprehensive Documentation Made Agile Experiments with
224
Coordination Practices in Global Software Development
234
A Study of a Mentoring Program for Knowledge Transfer in a Small
245
Impacts of Software Deployment in the Coffee Agribusiness of Brazil
257
Software Product Integration Practices
272
Process Analysis
286
Relation Analysis Among Patterns on Software Development Process
299
Validation and Verification
429
RiskBased TradeOff Between Verification and Validation
443
Investigating the Impact of Active Guidance on Design Inspection
458
Agile Methods
474
Views from an Organization on How Agile Development Affects
487
An Industry Experience
502
Teaching XP Skills to Students and IT Professionals
517
Measurement
530
Tool Support for Personal Software Process
545
299
559
An Experience Factory to Improve Software Development Effort
560
An Instrument for Measuring the Maturity of Requirements Engineering
574
Author Index
587
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