Richard F. Deckro
This study discusses various aspects of the software development process and examines various issues that contribute to the "software crises." A detailed case study is presented of the early U.S. effort at SDS along with "software factories" set up by major Japanese companies Hitachi, Toshiba, NEC, and Fujitsu. Finally, results of a survey of software professionals is presented with conclusions aimed at helping companies improve the productivity of their engineers, the quality of their engineers and the quality of their products.
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Nasri, Kaveh; Nassib, Reza; and Sivakumar, Ramamurthy, "Improving Software Productivity, Practices In U.S. And Japan" (1991). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 575.