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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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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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We consider reading techniques a fundamental means of achieving high quality software. Due to the lack of research in this area, we are experimenting with the application and comparison of various reading techniques. This paper deals with our experiences with a family of reading techniques known as Perspective-Based Reading (PBR), and its application to requirements documents. The goal of PBR is to provide operational scenarios where members of a review team read a document from a particular perspective, e.g., tester, developer, user. Our assumption is that the combination of different perspectives provides better coverage of the document, i.e., uncovers a wider range of defects, than the same number of readers using their usual technique. To test the effectiveness of PBR, we conducted a controlled experiment with professional software developers from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration / Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA/GSFC) Software Engineering Laboratory (SEL). The subjects read two types of documents, one generic in nature and the other from the NASA domain, using two reading techniques, a PBR technique and their usual technique. The results from these experiments, as well as the experimental design, are presented and analyzed. Teams applying PBR are shown to achieve significantly better coverage of documents than teams that do not apply PBR. We thoroughly discuss the threats to validity so that external replications can benefit from the lessons learned and improve the experimental design if the constraints are different from those posed by subjects borrowed from a development organization.

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