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This paper considers both software development and computer system use from the viewpoint of the human effort involved. It attempts to identify various factors contributing to the successful development and use of computer programs and systems. For example, the "software factory" notion itself...
This is a transcript of a computer-mail message sent by Brian Reid of Stanford to various interested parties about an annoying problem with ARPAnet mail. The nature of the problem was that whenever mail was sent to certain people, the other recipients of that message would keep getting copies of...
Although the "question of safety vs. power in programming languages" is most interesting, Glass's letter SEN 6:5 (Oct 81) addresses only a peripheral issue, namely some (seemingly arbitrary) areas in which certain programming languages have required unsafe solutions.In order to focus discussion,...
Software metrics, an area of software engineering, is concerned with various measurements of computer software and its development. Software metrics, its importance, some current areas of investigation, and problems are described. An annotated bibliography of work in software metrics is...
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