The availability of a measurement framework right at the early stage of a project can have a very positive impact in the management of software development process. In this paper, we cope with this problem proposing a methodology that can allow an early adoption of balanced measurement sets, which will be iteratively refined at each iteration of the process. The proposed methodology can be implemented and supported by open source tools like the Spago4Q platform.

Balanced measurement sets : criteria for improving project management practices / L. Buglione, D. Gagliardi, S. Oltolina, G. Ruffatti, E. Damiani, F. Frati - In: 25. IEEE International symposium on software reliability engineering workshops : ISSREW 2014 : 3–6 November 2014 : Naples, Italy : proceedingsPiscataway (New Jersey) : IEEE, 2014. - ISBN 9781479973774. - pp. 82-85 (( Intervento presentato al 25. convegno International symposium on software reliability engineering workshops (ISSREW) tenutosi a Napoli nel 2014 [10.1109/ISSREW.2014.76].

Balanced measurement sets : criteria for improving project management practices

E. Damiani;F. Frati
2014

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The availability of a measurement framework right at the early stage of a project can have a very positive impact in the management of software development process. In this paper, we cope with this problem proposing a methodology that can allow an early adoption of balanced measurement sets, which will be iteratively refined at each iteration of the process. The proposed methodology can be implemented and supported by open source tools like the Spago4Q platform.
Dashboards; LIME; Multidimensional measurement; QEST nD; Scorecard; Spago4Q
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Institute of electrical and electronics engineers
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