Software Engineering Economics and Declining Budgets

Software Engineering Economics and Declining Budgets

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Software Engineering Economics is a relatively new discipline that deals with all segments of the software life cycle. The discipline has received much visibility in recent years because of the size and cost considerations of many software development and maintenance efforts. This book places additional emphasis on the Federal Government`s Information Resource Management initiative and deals with related issues such as Business Re-engineering, Functional Economic Analysis, Organizational Process Modelling and the Economics of Reuse.[23]Kaplan, Robert S. New Systems for Measurement and Control, The Engineering Economist, Vol. 36 (1991), 201-218. ... Activity-Based Management for a Competitive Advantage, Mimeo Lecture Notes, 1991. [29]Quade, E.S. Analysis foranbsp;...

Title:Software Engineering Economics and Declining Budgets
Author: Pamela T. Geriner, Thomas R. Gulledge, William P. Hutzler
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06

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