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Proceedings of the 5th International Software Process Workshop (1989)
Kennebunkport, ME, USA
Oct. 10, 1989 to Oct. 13, 1989
ISBN: 0-8186-2104-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction (PDF)

D.E. Perry , AT&T Bell Laboratories
pp. 3,4,5

Tolerating Inconsistency (PDF)

R. Balzer , USC Information Sciences Institute
pp. 41-42

Process Programming And Process Models (PDF)

T.E. Cheatham , Harvard University
pp. 49-51

Mechanisms For Software Process Dynamics (PDF)

T. Katayama , Tokyo Institute of Technology
pp. 78-81

Experience With Marvel (PDF)

G.E. Kaiser , Columbia University
pp. 82-84

Experience With Enactable Software Process Models (PDF)

M.I. Kellner , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 85-88

Position Paper For ISPW (PDF)

K. Kishida , Software Research Associates, Inc.
pp. 89-90

Law-governed Software Processes (PDF)

N.H. Minsky , Rutgers University
pp. 98-100

A method for recording and analyzing design processes (PDF)

T. Nakajima , Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
pp. 106-108

Experiences with process programming (PDF)

L.J. Osterweil , University of California
pp. 109-111

Software process dependability (PDF)

S.T. Redwine , Software Productivity Consortium
pp. 116-120

Conceptual programming (PDF)

Steven P. Reiss , Department of Computer Science, Brown University, USA
pp. 121-123

Specification of software process measurement (PDF)

H.D. Rombach , University of Maryland
pp. 127-129

OPM: An Object Process Modeling Environment (PDF)

Y. Sugiyama , University of Southern California
pp. 134-136

Experiments With Typing In Process Modeling (PDF)

J.C. Wileden , University of Massachusetts
pp. 140-143

Domain Understanding And The Software Process (PDF)

P. Zave , AT&T Bell Laboratories
pp. 145-147

An Example Of Software Development Modelling (PDF)

A. Finkelstein , University of London
pp. 151-153

An Example P/sup 4/ Process Program For Rebus (PDF)

D. Heimbigner , University of Colorado
pp. 154-155

GRAPPLE Example: Processes As Plans (PDF)

K.E. Huff , GTE Laboratories
pp. 156-158

Marvel Strategy Language Example (PDF)

G.E. Kaiser , Columbia University
pp. 159-160

An Example Of Process Description In HFSP (PDF)

T. Katayama , Tokyo Institute of Technology
pp. 161-162

Software Process Modeling Example (PDF)

M.I. Kellner , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 163-166

Describing Working Environments in OPM (PDF)

Y. Sugiyama , University of Southern California
pp. 171-172

Dynamics Of Process Models In P (PDF)

R.A. Snowdon , STC Technology Ltd.
pp. 179-180

Summary Of Software Designer's Associates Project (PDF)

M. Matsuo , Software Research Associates, Inc.
pp. 181

List of participants (PDF)

pp. 185-187
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