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Kosteneffektive Qualitätsverbesserung von Softwaredokumenten durch Perspektivenbasierte Inspektionen
by O. Laitenberger

Cost-Effective Detection of Software Defects Through Perspective-based Inspections
by O. Laitenberger
Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2000

An Encompassing Life-Cycle Centric Survey of Software Inspection
by O. Laitenberger and J.-M. DeBaud
Journal of Systems and Software, 50 (1), pp. 5-31, 2000

Software Reviews: The State of the Practice
by M. Ciolkowski, O. Laitenberger and S. Biffl
IEEE Software, vol. 20, no. 6, pp. 46- 51, 2003

Using Inspection Technology in Object-Oriented Development Projects
by O. Laitenberger, C. Atkinson and K. El Emam

An Internally Replicated Quasi-Experimental Comparison of Checklist and Perspective-based Reading of Code Documents
by O. Laitenberger, K. El Emam, and T. Harbich
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 2001

Perspective-based Reading of Code Documents at Robert Bosch GmbH
by O. Laitenberger, J.-M. Debaud
Information and Software Technology 39(11): 781-791, Nov. 1997

Experimentelle Bewertung von Software-Lesetechniken in der industriellen Praxis
by O. Laitenberger

The Empirical Investigation of Perspective-Based Reading
by V. R. Basili, S. Green, O. Laitenberger, F. Lanubile, F. Shull1, S. Sørumgård, M. V. Zelkowitz
Journal of Empirical Software Engineering, vol. 1. No.2: 133-164, 1996

Systematic Improvement of Technical Reviews in Large-Scale Systems Development
by O. Laitenberger, M. Leszak, W. Brunck, D. Stoll
1st Inspection Workshop, WISE, Paris, 2001

Evaluating a Model of Review Success Factors in an Industrial Setting
by O. Laitenberger, M. Leszak, D. Stoll, and K. El Emam
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Software Metrics, 1999

Using Simulation to Build Inspection Efficiency Benchmarks for Development Projects
by L. Briand, K. El Emam, O. Laitenberger, T. Fussbroich
Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering, 1998

The application of subjective estimates of effectiveness to controlling software inspections
by K. El Emam, O. Laitenberger, T. Harbich
Journal of Systems and Software, Volume 54, Number 2, 15 October 2000 , pp. 119-136(18)

Decision Models for Controlling Software Inspections
by K. El Emam and O. Laitenberger

The Optimal Team Size for UML Design Inspections
by S. Boodoo, K. El Emam, O. Laitenberger, N. Madhavji

A Comprehensive Evaluation of Capture-Recapture Models for Estimating Software Defect Content
by L. Briand, K. El Emam, B. Freimut, O. Laitenberger
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Volume 26, No 6, June 2000

Evaluating Capture-recapture Models with Two Inspectors
by K. El Emam, O. Laitenberger
NRC Report, 1999, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, v.27 n.9, p.851-864, September 2001

Building Resource and Quality Management Models for Software Inspections
by L. Briand, I. Wieczorek, O. Laitenberger
Proceedings of the International Software Consulting Network, 1997.
Inspection of software artifacts, e.g., code, is a well-accepted approach to improve software quality and to lower software development costs. However, within a particular organization or across organizations, inspections vary widely with respect to their defect detection effectiveness and efficiency (i.e., cost-effectiveness). In addition, what is meant by inspection effectiveness and efficiency is often not clearly defined in quantitative terms. As a consequence, because the use of collected inspection data is not specified, project managers only perceive the cost of inspections and not the benefits of achieving higher product quality. In this paper, we describe and use quantitative predictive models of inspection effectiveness and efficiency within a given environment in order to control the quality of inspected products and manage inspection resources. First, we provide an operational definition of inspection effectiveness and efficiency and discuss their underlying assumptions. Then, we identify some of the factors that may have an influence on inspection effectiveness and efficiency. Based upon these factors, we develop models for the prediction or evaluation of inspections. Finally, we develop scenarios describing how to use these models for prediction of the required inspectors’ preparation effort to achieve a certain level of inspection effectiveness and the evaluation of efficiency after inspection completion. We consider this to be important from a practical point of view as managers get concrete guidelines on how to use these models.

Ursprung von Software Inspektionen:

A History of Software Inspections
by Michael Fagan
sd&m Conference 2001

The Best Influences on Software Engineering
IEEE Software, January/February 2000

Advances in Software Inspections
IEEE Transactions On Software Engineering, July 1986

"Design and code inspections to reduce errors in program development," by Michael Fagan
IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 182-211
Copyright 1976 by International Business Machines Corporation. Reprinted with permission of the IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 15, No. 3