Author(s): B. Wong
Since the early seventies many different methodologies (commonly called
development life cycles, process architectures) have been introduced to help
develop quality software products.
Many practitioners and researchers have the
view that these methodologies lead to improved quality in both the development
process and the software product.
The research looks at the Australian industry
as to whether this is the belief of the Australian practitioners.
investigates a number of Australian organisations to see whether a methodology
has been defined.
Both the traditional functional decomposition paradigm and
the object oriented (OO) paradigm are addressed.
Methodologies have been
identified as very important when it comes to improving the chances of
obtaining a quality product.
The results of the research...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/SEHE940011
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