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Kosteneffektive Qualitätsverbesserung von Softwaredokumenten durch Perspektivenbasierte Inspektionen
by O. Laitenberger
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Cost-Effective Detection of Software Defects Through Perspective-based Inspections
by O. Laitenberger
Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2000
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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
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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
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Using Inspection Technology in Object-Oriented Development Projects
by O. Laitenberger, C. Atkinson and K. El Emam
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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
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The basic premise of software inspections is that they detect and remove defects before they propagate to subsequent development phases where their detection and correction cost escalates. To exploit their full potential, software inspections must call for a close and strict examination of the inspected artefact. For this, reading techniques for defect detection may be helpful since these techniques tell inspection participants what to look for and, more importantly, how to scrutinise a software artefact in a systematic manner. Recent research efforts investigated the benefits of scenario-based reading techniques. A major finding has been that these techniques help inspection teams find more defects than existing state-of-the-practice approaches, such as, ad-hoc or checklist-based reading (CBR). In this paper we experimentally compare one scenario-based reading technique, namely perspective-based reading (PBR), for defect detection in code documents with the more traditional CBR approach. The comparison was performed in a series of three studies, as a quasi-experiment and two internal replications, with a total of 60 professional software developers at Bosch Telecom GmbH. Meta-analytic techniques were applied to analyse the data. Our results indicate that PBR is more effective than CBR (i.e., it resulted in inspection teams detecting more unique defects than CBR), and that the cost of defect detection using PBR is significantly lower than CBR. This study therefore provides evidence demonstrating the efficacy of PBR scenarios for code documents in an industrial setting.

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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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)
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Decision Models for Controlling Software Inspections
by K. El Emam and O. Laitenberger
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The Optimal Team Size for UML Design Inspections
by S. Boodoo, K. El Emam, O. Laitenberger, N. Madhavji
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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
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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
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Building Resource and Quality Management Models for Software Inspections
by L. Briand, I. Wieczorek, O. Laitenberger
Proceedings of the International Software Consulting Network, 1997.
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Ursprung von Software Inspektionen:



A History of Software Inspections
by Michael Fagan
sd&m Conference 2001
http://www.mfagan.com/software_pioneers.pdf

The Best Influences on Software Engineering
IEEE Software, January/February 2000
www.mfagan.com/s1010.pdf

Advances in Software Inspections
IEEE Transactions On Software Engineering, July 1986
www.mfagan.com/aisi1986.pdf

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