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|Title:||Quality improvement applying design and code reviews for developing small programs|
|Abstract:||The levels of software engineering education can be classified in the small as well as in the large. When the approach is related to small programs, the Personal Software Process (PSP) whose practices and methods are used for delivering quality products on predictable schedules, can be useful. The PSP assumes that unless engineers have the capabilities provided by personal training, they cannot properly support their teams or consistently and reliably produce quality products. In this paper, an investigation aimed to analyse the relationship between introduction of design and code reviews and number of defects is presented, three hundred ninety nine small programs were developed by fifty seven programmers in a controlled experiment. The number of defects injected in each program by developer was recorded. Results show a statistically significant difference amongst number of defects when design and code reviews are introduced in the individual development process. Copyright © 2008 by the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics.|
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