Fundamental principles of software engineering – a journey

Bourque, Pierre; Dupuis, Robert; Abran, Alain; Moore, James W; Tripp, Leonard et Wolff, Sybille (2002). « Fundamental principles of software engineering – a journey ». Journal of Systems and Software, 62(1), pp. 59-70.

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A set of fundamental principles can act as an enabler in the establishment of a discipline; however, software engineering still lacks a set of universally recognized fundamental principles. This article presents a progress report on an attempt to identify and develop a consensus on a set of candidate fundamental principles. A fundamental principle is less specific and more enduring than methodologies and techniques. It should be phrased to withstand the test of time. It should not contradict a more general engineering principle and should have some correspondence with “best practice”. It should be precise enough to be capable of support and contradiction and should not conceal a tradeoff. It should also relate to one or more computer science or engineering concepts. The proposed candidate set consists of fundamental principles which were identified through two workshops, two Delphi studies and a web-based survey.

Type: Article de revue scientifique
Mots-clés ou Sujets: Computer science; Computer software; Quality control; Technical presentations
Unité d'appartenance: Faculté des sciences > Département d'informatique
Déposé par: Robert Dupuis
Date de dépôt: 20 avr. 2016 18:56
Dernière modification: 27 avr. 2016 18:35
Adresse URL : http://www.archipel.uqam.ca/id/eprint/8207

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