Technical Model for Remediation (Workpackage 2.2)

Abstract : The objective of this workpackage is the definition of the global remediation effort on a project. It defines strategies for upgrading quality through assessment and organization of the single remediation tasks as described in WorkPackage 2.1. The primary stance driving the remediation work in the Squale model is that quality should be increased incrementally. A remediation plan takes into account the defec- tive components as well as the violated practices. However, such a plan must also be effective and provide as much as improvements at the lowest cost. Different team cultures can come up with different ways to build a plan and split it in tasks between team members. It can involve technical architects, team leaders, and developers. The strategy to build the remediation plan is to be customized on a case-by-case basis.
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Simon Denier, Jannik Laval, Stéphane Ducasse, Fabrice Bellingard. Technical Model for Remediation (Workpackage 2.2). [Research Report] 2010, pp.18. ⟨inria-00533659⟩

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