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Title: Case-based reasoning approach to reuse of experiential knowledge in software measurement programs
Authors: Gresse von Wangenheim, Christiane
Ramos, Alexandre Moraes
Althoff, Klaus-Dieter
Barcia, Ricardo M.
Weber, Rosina O.
Martins, Alejandro
Issue Date: 2-Mar-1998
Citation: Paper presented at the Sixth German Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning: Foundations, Systems, and Applications, Rostock, Germany.
Abstract: For the successful application of innovative software engineering technologies in industry, the technologies have to evolve incrementally based on continuous feedback from practice. Experiences about their practical application have to be systematically collected and stored in corporate memories and reused in future software projects. This promotes the sharing of experiences across individuals and projects, the formulation of best practices and facilitates the successful application of tailored technologies in practice. This paper presents a case-based reasoning approach for capturing and reusing experiential knowledge on software measurement programs in industry. A representation structure for experiential measurement knowledge is described in detail and knowledge retrieval and acquisition techniques are presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1860/2694
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