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Folmer, E., van Gurp, J. and Bosch, J. (2003) A Framework for Capturing the Relationship between Usability and Software Architecture. Software Process: Improvement and Practice, 8, 67-87.

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  • TITLE: Evaluation and Improvement of an Organizational Resource Applying Strategy Patterns

    AUTHORS: Maria Fernanda Papa, Belen Rivera, Pablo Becker, Luis Olsina

    KEYWORDS: Strategy Pattern, Quality View, Evaluation, Change, Improvement

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol.9 No.4, April 22, 2016

    ABSTRACT: For any software company that frequently performs quality assurance activities devoted to measurement, evaluation (ME) and change/improvement (MEC) projects, ME and MEC strategies can be valuable organizational assets. In this paper, we analyze the improvement of a ME strategy, which can be considered an organizational resource to be applied to quality assurance activities. This resource is called the GOCAME (Goal-Oriented Context-Aware Measurement and Evaluation) strategy. AME/MEC strategy embraces the next three integrated capabilities: 1) the ME/MEC domain conceptual base and framework; 2) the process perspective specifications; and, 3) the method specifications. The improvement of GOCAME was performed instantiating two strategy patterns. A strategy pattern is a reusable solution to recurrent problems in ME/MEC projects. For an improvement goal, the selected MEC strategy pattern allows instantiating in a project a set of tailored activities and methods for measurement, evaluation, analysis and change. Particularly, we instantiate the GoME_1QV (Goal-oriented Measurement and Evaluation for One Quality View) strategy pattern to understand the GOCAME current quality state and compare it with the so-called GQM+ Strategies. First, this evaluation and analysis allows us to know the GOCAME strengths and weaknesses with regard to the quality of the three capabilities. Second, we instantiate the GoMEC_1QV (Goal-oriented Measurement, Evaluation and Change for One Quality View) strategy pattern to improve the GOCAME current state, producing as result a new version of the GOCAME strategy.