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Proceedings. International Conference on Software Maintenance (Cat. No. 98CB36272) (1998)
Bethesda, Maryland
Mar. 16, 1998 to Mar. 19, 1998
ISSN: 1063-6773
ISBN: 0-8186-8779-7
pp: 256
The empirical study described in this paper focuses on the effectiveness of maintenance processes in an environment in which a repository of potential sources of reuse exists, e.g. a context in which applications are built using an object-oriented framework. Such a repository might contain current and previous releases of the system under maintenance, as well as other applications that are built on a similar structure or contain similar functionality. This paper presents an observational study of 15 student projects in a framework-based environment. We used a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods to identify and evaluate the effectiveness of the maintenance processes.

V. Basili, F. Shull and F. Lanubile, "Investigating Maintenance Processes in a Framework-Based Environment," Proceedings. International Conference on Software Maintenance (Cat. No. 98CB36272)(ICSM), Bethesda, Maryland, 1998, pp. 256.
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