1996

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Regensburg

In 1996 the IWSM conference was held in Regensburg on September 19-20. This edition was organized by the German-Quebec Working Group of the German Interesting Group on Software Metrics of the German Interesting Group on Software Quality Assurance in Object-Oriented Systems at the University of Regensburg.

Papers

On this conference 15 papers were presented. These papers are published in the Metric News, Volume 2, Number 1, June 1997 (ISSN 4131-8008) by the German Gesellschaft für Informatik.

New Software Measurement Applications and Paradigms

  • Ebert (Alcatel, Belgium)
    Applying Knowledge-Based Techniques to Software Quality Management
  • Foshag (SES München)
    Metrics for Evaluation of Maintenance Service
  • Schmelz (University of Jena)
    The Use of Factorial Analysis in the Area of Software Metrics
  • Baisch/Ebert (Alcatel, Stuttgart)
    On a Neural-Fuzzy Technique with GA Optimization for Software Quality Models
  • Desharnais/Pierre (CRIM,Canada)
    Post-Measurements Validation Procedures of Function Point Counts

Object-Oriented Software Metrics

  • Fetcke/Abran/Nguyen (CRIM, Canada)
    The Mapping of OO-Jacobson Method to the Measurement Concepts of Function Points Analysis
  • Dumke (University of Magdeburg)
    Really Object-Oriented Software Metrics
  • Hitz/Stiller (University of Wien)
    A Versatile Framework for the Collection of Object-Oriented Metrics
  • Brian, L.C
    Defining and Validating Design Coupling Measures in Object-Oriented Systems
  • Morschel, I.
    Quality and Productivity Improvement in Object-Oriented Software Development – Experiences and Lessons Learned

Measurement Frameworks

  • Zuse (TU Berlin)
    A Measure Information System
  • Winkler/Dumke/Koeppe (University of Magdeburg)
    Efficiency and Maintainability of JAVA Applications
  • Abran/Maya/Bourque (CRIM, Canada)
    The Extension of Function Points Technique to the Measurement of very small Maintenance Requests
  • Mittelmann (VOEST Linz)
    Implementation of a Measurement Plan in an Industrial Environment
  • Gilles St/Amant (CRIM, Canada)
    A Proposal of a Quality Model for Web Content

Website

Shortlink to this page: 1996.iwsm-mensura.org