Software maintenance : improvement through better development standards and documentation : final report, 1 Jan 80 to 1 Jan 82
Schneidewind, Norman Floyd
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Software maintenance is frequently the most expensive phase of the software life cycle. It is also the phase which has received insufficient attention by management and software developers. Software standards have improved the ability of the software community to develop and design software. Unfortunately, most standards do not deal with the maintenance phase in a substantive way. Since maintainability has to be designed into the software and cannot be achieved...
NPS Report NumberNPS-54-82-002
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