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SommervilleRansom05

  1. Ian Sommerville & Jane Ransom
  2. An empirical study of industrial requirements engineering process assessment and improvement
  3. ACM TOSEM Trans Software Eng & Methodology V14n1(Jan 2005)pp85-117
  4. =EXPERIENCE 9 Greek IMPROVEMENT REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING MATURITY TOOL IMPRESSION CMM CMMI REAIMS
  5. 3 levels. Initial; repeatable; defined.
  6. 66 good practice guidelines. 36 basic, 21 intermediate, 9 advanced. In 8 areas of requirements engineering. ....
  7. Scoring. never, discretionary, normal, standardized.
  8. Others studied business performance measurement.
  9. Greek companies, with English methodologists, so companies did not use techniques invented by the experimenters.
  10. At first, all companies didn't have a repeatable process, but some used intermediate and advanced practices anyway.
  11. Experimenters suggested guidelines to be targeted.
  12. All companies improved RE levels.
  13. Also looked at business results: critical success factors (CSF), key performance indicators (KPI). All companies showed improvements.
  14. Company reps said it was worth doing.
  15. Companies did not know what improvements to make.
  16. Classification of guidelines is domain dependent.
  17. The tool was worth developing: saved data entry time etc.

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