Proceedings of the fifth workshop on software assessment
Michael, James Bret
Voas, Jeffrey M.
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The Fifth Workshop on Software Assessment was held in conjunction with the IEEE Sixteenth International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering. The workshop serves as an annual forum for practitioners and educators to discuss software assessment. This document contains the proceedings of the workshop.--p. i.
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