A Study on the Measurement for Embedded Software
- Ko, S.-P.; Kim, K.-T.; Lee, H.-D.; Lee, K.-W.
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- Software measurement; Software metrics; Software quality
- Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practise, v.2, pp.635 - 637
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- Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practise
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- Local industries recently have been applying process models such as CMM and SPICE, with the intention of improving the quality of developing products. These models represent that as maturity level reaches a certain point during the software process, you can raise the level through quantitative measurement, recommending that indicates of S/W development should be objectified and controlled as quantitative value. This paper shows the case study of a company developing embedded software, which controls the indicates quantitatively through measurement, and analyzes the dependency between metrics and market share by analyzing the correlation among indicates.
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