Über den Autor
Dr. Wong holds a PhD in Computing Sciences from The University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Dr. Wong has produced over 20 publications (book, journals and referred conference papers) in the past three years. She is a Consulting Editor for Australian Journal on Information Systems, Reviewer for IEEE Software and Australian Conference on Information Systems. Dr Wong is currently teaching at Griffith University. She taught at The UNSW and UTS between 2001 and 2004. Prior her academic appointments, she worked in the areas of Enterprise Resources Planning systems implementation, systems and business processes reengineering, consulting, e-commerce solutions, logistics, operations and procurement, sales and marketing and product development since 1991.
Chapter 1: Why Software Review?; Chapter 2: Software Review History and Overview; Chapter 3: Software Review Tools and Technologies; Chapter 4: How Software Review Tools Work?; Chapter 5: Software Review Inputs, Process, and Performance; Chapter 6: A Theoretical Model for Analysis Software Review Performance; Chapter 7: Industry Software Reviews Survey Design; Chapter 8: Industry Software Reviews Survey Results and Findings; Chapter 9: A Revised EIIO Model and A Simple Software Review Guide; Chapter 10: Case Study of Software Reviews; Chapter 11: Recommendations for Conducting Software Reviews; Chapter 12: Contributions and Future Directions of Software Review.
Software quality is vitally important to the success of a business. Software review is one of the methods used to detect defects. This book provides an understanding of the critical factors affecting software review performance, and gives practical guidelines for software reviews.