STT Repository

25.  Enterprise Appraisal of Deployment of Quality Models; Ron Radice and Natarajan Chandrasekaran; presented at SEPG Conference 2004.  Enterprise Appraisal

24.  Re-Inspections of Software; Ron Radice; presented at 2004 Software Technology Conference.  Re-Inspections

23. Inspection Data Analysis; Ed Weller; presented at the 2003 ASM Conference June 2003 at San Jose, California. InspectionDataAnalysis

22. SCAMPI with SW-CMM, Ron Radice; presented at SEPG 2003 Conference, Boston, MA on February 26, 2003. SCAMPI-CMM

21. Easing the Transition to CMMSM  and CMMISM  levels 4 and 5 by Minimizing Process Rework; John T. Harding; presented at the Phoenix SEPG Conference 2002. SEPG 2002 JTH

20. Characteristics of Effective SEPGs; Ron Radice; presented February 2002 at the 14th Software Engineering Process Group Conference, Phoenix, Arizona.  EffectiveSEPGs2002

19. One on One Inspections; Ron Radice, Gargi Keeni, Radhika Sokhi, and P. Suresh; presented at the May 1, 2001 Software Technology Conference.  OneOnOne

18.Software Inspections: Past, Present, and Future, Ron Radice, presented at the May 1, 2001 Software Technology Conference. PastPresentFuture

17. Tips and techniques for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of assessments; John T. Harding; presented at the May 1, 2001 Software Technology Conference. SEPG 2001A JTH

16. Practices and metrics that can be used to maximize the ROI from Inspections (Peer Reviews); John T. Harding; presented at the May 1, 2001 Software Technology Conference. SEPG 2001B JTH

15. What Justifies a Rating of CMM Level 5?, a panel presentation, by Ron Radice, given at the SEPG 2001 Conference in New Orleans, Louisianan on March 12, 2001.  PanelforSEPG2001

14. The Journey to Level 4 -- TCS SEEPZ Software Process Improvement by Ron Radice, Radhika Sokhi, and P. Suresh at the SEPG India 1999 and the European SEPG 1999. TCSjourney

13. Why and How Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Engineering Process Control (EPC) should be combined for Software; John T. Harding; presented at the1999 Software Engineering Process Group Conference. SEPG1999 JTH

12. Practical approaches for MIS and IT organizations to apply the CMMSM; John T. Harding; presented at the1999 Software Technology Conference. STC1999 JTH

11.Why and How Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Engineering Process Control (EPC) should be combined for Software; John T. Harding; presented at the 1999 Software Technology Conference. STC1999 JTH

10. Maximizing the Business Value from Software Inspections; John T. Harding; presented at the1999 Software Technology Conference. SEPG1999 JTH

9. Starting To Use CMMSM Level 4 Metrics At Any CMM  Level; John T. Harding; presented at the1998 Software Technology Conference. STC1998 JTH

8. Using Inspection Data to Forecast Test Defects; John T. Harding; CrossTalk, May 1998. CrossTalk

7. Experience Reports Using CBA IPI (Panel) CBA IPI Lessons Learned; John T. Harding; presented at the 1997 Software Engineering Process Group Conference. SEPG1997 JTH

6. Using Inspection Data to Forecast Test Defects; John T. Harding; presented at the 1997 Software Technology Conference. SEPG1997 JTH

5. Using Metrics to Manage Software Projects by Edward F. Weller.  IEEE1994

4. Applying Quantitative Methods to Software Maintenance by Ed Weller, ASQ, or see www.asq.org/pub/sqp/past/vol3_issue1/weller.html

3. What Do I Expect to See If I Am Going to Assess an Organization at Level 4?, a panel presentation, by Ron Radice, given at the SEPG 2000 Conference in Seattle, Washington on March 22, 2000.  PanelforSEPG2000

Other panel member presentations can be found on the SEI's web pages: www.sei.cmu.edu/cmm/cmm.articles.html#sepg2000-ml4

2. Statistical Process Control in Level 4 and Level 5 Software Organizations Worldwide, a survey of Level 4 and 5 organizations worldwide,  by Ron Radice, given at the SEPG 2000 Conference in Seattle, Washington on March 22, 2000.  SPC Survey

1. The IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 38, No. 2 & 3, 1999 - Turning Points in Computing: 1962-1999, was a special issue listing 15 papers published between 1962-1999 that the editors viewed as making a significant difference to Software Engineering. 

We are pleased to note that one of the papers included in the selection was written by two principals in STT.  This paper defines the model and assessment method used in IBM and defined by the authors.  This model and method were the feeds and precursors to the SEI's CMM and CBA IPI.

A Programming Process Study by R. A. Radice, J. T. Harding, P. E. Munnis, and R. W. Phillips, IBM Systems Journal, 1985, p. 297 is available on the IBM Systems Journal web pages.

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