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Software Maintenance

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Software Maintenance
Publications: 2,774| Citation Count: 24,064
Stemming Variations: Software maintenence, software maintenability, software maintenances, software mainten
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    • Software Maintenance (SM) is a knowledge-intensive activity. A suitable management of this knowledge could decrease the high costs (economic and in effort) of software maintenance tasks. The challenge of managing this knowledge increases as the distributed development of software becomes more popular, and developers as well as knowledge are distributed worldwide. Increasingly web repositories are being used for the coordination of development tasks among software and maintenance engineers...

    Aurora Vizcaínoet al. Supporting Software Maintenance in Web Repositories through a Multi-ag...

    • Software maintenance is a task that every development group has to face when the software is delivered to the customers' site, installed and is operational. The time spent and effort required for keeping software operational consumes about 40-70% of cost of entire life cycle. This study proposes a four parameter integrated measure of software maintainability using a fuzzy model. The study also includes empirical data of maintenance time of projects which has been used to validate the proposed model...

    K. K. Aggarwalet al. Measurement of Software Maintainability Using a Fuzzy Model

    • Software maintenance is a process of modifying existing operational software while leaving its primary functions intact. Easily maintainable software saves large costs in industries. Software maintainability assessment is a major issue these days...

    Harish Mittalet al. Software maintainability assessment based on fuzzy logic technique

    • Software maintenance is a difficult task under the best of circumstances. Having work performed by an on-site contractor adds an additional layer of complexity to the customer's task. This type of relationship places greater emphasis on formal work procedures and detailed reports of the work in progress. It also promotes the use of performance norms for evaluating contractor performance...

    Bernard Narrowet al. Two perceptions of software maintenance performed by on-site contracto...

    • Software maintenance is a multi-dimensional problem that involves the integration, abstraction, and analysis of different knowledge resources and artifacts. In today's global software projects, artifacts tend to be distributed across various physical and virtual locations...

    Philipp Schugerl. An ontological guidance model for software maintenance

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