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Managing Software Engineering Knowledge

Author: Aybüke Aurum; Ross Jeffery; Claes Wohlin; Meliha Handzic
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003.
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Software development is a complex problem-solving activity with a high level of uncertainty. There are many technical challenges concerning scheduling, cost estimation, reliability, performance, etc, which are further aggravated by weaknesses such as changing requirements, team dynamics, and high staff turnover. Thus the management of knowledge and experience is a key means of systematic software development and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aybüke Aurum; Ross Jeffery; Claes Wohlin; Meliha Handzic
ISBN: 9783662051290 366205129X
OCLC Number: 851372762
Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 382 pages)
Contents: Foreword (H.D. Rombach) --
Preface (A. Aurum, R. Jeffrey, C. Wohlin, M. Handzic) --
Part 1 --
Why is it Important to Manage Knowledge: 1. Managing Software Engineers and their Knowledge (J.S. Edwards); 2. An Investigation into Software Development Process Knowledge (J.M. Verner, W.M. Evanco); 3. Usage of Intranet Tools for Knowledge Management in a Medium-Sized Software Consulting Company (T. Dingsoyr, R. Conradi) --
Part 2 --
Supporting Structures for Managing Software Engineering Knowledge: 4. Knowledge Management for Software Organizations (M. Lindvall, I. Rus); 5. A Dynamic Model of Software Engineering Knowledge Creation (T. Dybå); 6. Evaluating an Approach to Sharing Software Engineering Knowledge to Facilitate Learning (G.R. Oliver, J.D'Ambra, Ch. Van Toorn); 7. Eliciting and Maintaining Knowledge for Requirements Evolution (A.H. Dutoit, B. Paech); 8. Emergent Knowledge in Web Development (D. Lowe) --
Part 3 --
Application of Knowledge Management in Software Engineering: 9. Case-based Reasoning and Software Engineering (M. Shepperd); 10. A Process for Identifying Relevant Information for a Repository: A Case Study for Testing Techniques (S. Vegas, N. Juristo, V.R. Basili); 11. A Knowledge Management Framework to Support Software Inspection Planning (S. Biffl, M. Halling); 12. Lessons Learned in Software Quality Assurance (L.H. Rosenberg); 13. Making Software Engineering Competence Development Sustained through Systematic Experience Management (K.D. Althoff, D. Pfahl) --
Part 4 --
Practical Guidelines for Managing Software Engineering Knowledge: 14. Practical Guidelines for Learning-based Software Product Development (R. van Solingen, R. Kusters, J. Trienekens); 15. In-project Learning by Goal-oriented Measurement (R. van Solingen); 16. e-R & D: Effectively Managing and Using R & D Knowledge (Ch. Ebert, J. De Man, F. Schelenz); 17. Knowledge Infrastructure for Project Management (P. Jalote).
Responsibility: edited by Aybüke Aurum, Ross Jeffery, Claes Wohlin, Meliha Handzic.

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Software development is a complex problem-solving activity with a high level of uncertainty. There are many technical challenges concerning scheduling, cost estimation, reliability, performance, etc, which are further aggravated by weaknesses such as changing requirements, team dynamics, and high staff turnover. Thus the management of knowledge and experience is a key means of systematic software development and process improvement. "Managing Software Engineering Knowledge" illustrates several theoretical examples of this vision and solutions applied to industrial practice. It is structured in four parts addressing the motives for knowledge management, the concepts and models used in knowledge management for software engineering, their application to software engineering, and practical guidelines for managing software engineering knowledge. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the state of the art and best practice in knowledge management applied to software engineering. While researchers and graduate students will benefit from the interdisciplinary approach leading to basic frameworks and methodologies, professional software developers and project managers will also profit from industrial experience reports and practical guidelines.

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