Quality Week

QW/QWE Author/Title/Affiliation Index: 1988 — 2002

This author/company/title/year index lists ~1300 papers and presentations given at the QW/QWE Conferences from 1988 through 2002, a total of 20 events. Click on the column title to switch to see the data sorted in each column.

Name Company Title Year
Bruce AbleidingerCadre Technologies, Inc.EMBEDDED SOFTWARE TESTINGQW 1990
Frank Ackerman, Cherie McKinney Institute for Zero Defect Software, Adobe Systems Measuring Fault Density in the Real WorldQW 1999
Ed Adams VeriTest Deployment of Globalised Wireless Internet Applications QW 2002
Ed Adams VeriTest Virtual Test Management: Rapid Testing Over Multiple Time Zone QW 2002
Rakesh Agarwal, Bhaskar Ghosh, Santanu Banerjee, Soumyendu Pal Infosys Technologies Ltd Challenges And Experiences In Establishing WebSite Quality QWE 2000
Rakesh Agarwal, Santanu Banerjee, Bhaskar Gosh Infosys Technologies Ltd Estimating Internet Based Projects: A Case Study QW 2001
P. Aggarwal, B. BoveSun MicrosystemsTaks-Based Scheduling Automation for Large Test ConfigurationsQW 1995
Christopher Agruss Autodesk, Inc Automating Software Installation Testing QW 1999
Phillipe Aigrain Head of "Software Technologies" Sector A Wider Look at Software Quality QWE 2000
Selim Aissi Intel Web Services QoS Indicators QW 2002
Selim Aissi Intel Web Services QoS, Reliability, and Security QW 2002
Selim Aissi, Wendi Hummel Applied Dynamics International Automating Syntax Testing: The Case of a Real-Time Simulation Tool QW 1999
Michael Aivazis ParaSoft Corporation Methods for Effective Unit Testing QW 2000
Mack AlfordAscent TechnologyA Constructive Approach to Test PlanningQW 1988
Joan AllenBank of MontrealConfidence/Risk As A Determinant of Testing StrategyQW 1989
Dennis AllisonStanford UniversityIntroduction To Theory Of Source Language TestingQW 1989
J. Ambrose & M. Pham - Automated Firmware Testing Using Simple Test ScriptsQW 1993
Stale Amland Avenir (UK) Ltd. Risk Based Testing QWE 1998
Stale Amland Avenir A.SRisk Based Testing of Large Financial ApplicationQW 1996
Stale Amland, Martin Pol Amland Consulting, Polteq IT Services B.V. Test Process Improvement -- Theory and Practice QWE 2002
Gunthard Anderer CMG ORGA - Team GmgH Testing E-Commerce Systems - Requirements And Solutions QWE 2000
Mark Anderson Discerning Software Corporation Client/Server Load Testing QW 1999
Ana Andres & Bob SmithEuropean Software InstituteISO-9000 Certification as a Business ver: The SPICE RoadQWE 1997
Ana AndresEuropean Software InstituteISO 9000 Certification as a Business ver: The SPICEQW 1997
James Andrews The Open Group Automated Conformance Testing for IT & T Product Certification QW 2000
T. Anton - Testing in Real-World Circumstances: A Case StudyQW 1991
J. Antonevitch - Optimization Techniques for Test Planning and ManagementQW 1992
Larry Apfelbaum Teradyne Testing Telecommunications Software QW 1999
Larry Apfelbaum, John Schroeder Teradyne Software & Systems Test Reducing the Time to Thoroughly Test a GUI QW 1998
Larry Apfelbaum, Steve Meyer Teradyne, AT&T Use Cases are Not Requirements QW 1999
Larry ApfelbaumTeradyne Software & Systems TestModel-Based TestingQW 1997
Alan Ark, Sarah Ackroyd Thomson Financial Services Euro: An Automated Solution to Currency Conversion QW 1999
Agnes Armould & Dr. Pascal Le GallUniversite Paris-XTSome Aspects of Test Data Selection form Formal SpecificationsQWE 1997
Thomas Arnold Xtend Development, Inc. Automating Testing on ASP.NET Applications QW 2002
R.S. ArnoldSoftware Evolution Technology, IncResolving Year 2000 Problems in Legacy SoftwareQW 1995
William Asburry Dynamic Software Technologies, Inc Rapid Application Testing QW 1998
T. Ashok, A. Balasubramaniam, K. RangarajanVeriFone India LtdClass Evolution and Eqivalence CatagoriesQWE 1997
T. Ashok, Hema Gollamudi, Piyali Biswas VeriFone India Ltd A Model for Analysis of Software Testing Metrics for Process Improvements QWE 1999
T. Ashok, K. Rangasajan, P. EswarVeriphone India Pvt LtdRetesting C++ ClassesQW 1996
T. AshokVeriFone India Ltd A Model for a High Performance Test Organization QWE 1999
Michael Avni Mercury Interactive Testing Inside and Outside the Firewall QWE 2002
A. Avritzer, E. WeyukerAT&T Bell LabsTesting a Rule-Based SystemQW 1996
Ingrid B. Ottevanger IQUIP Informatica BV Test Factory (TSite): A Next Step in Structured Testing QW 1999
Rob Baarda IQUIP Informatica BV Risk Based Test Strategy QW 2000
Rob Baarda IQUIP Informatica BV Risk Based Test Strategy QWE 2002
Rob Baarda, Tim Koomen IQUIP Informatica BV Risk Based Test Strategy QWE 1999
Rob Baarda, Tim Koomen IQUIP Informatica BV Stepwise Improvement of the Testing Process using TPI(tm) QW 2000
James Bach Satisfice, Inc High Accountability Exploratory Testing QW 2001
James Bach Satisfice, Inc The Heuristic Approach to Testing QW 2000
James Bach - Process Evolution in a Mad WorldQW 1994
James BachBorlandPros and Cons of Outsourcing Software TestingQW 1995
James BachSTLHow to BE an Expert TesterQW 1997
James BachSTLTeaching Testers: Obstacles and IdeasQW 1996
Nathan Baddoo, Tracy Hall South Bank University The Impact of Software Practitioners on Software Quality QW 1999
Fred Baker Cisco Systems Internet Reliability under Stress QW 2002
Leif Balter Cap Gemini Ernst, Young Create Your Own Testtool QWE 2000
Jim Bampos Lionbridge, USA & Eric Patel Nokia Virtual Test Management: Rapid Testing Over Multiple Time Zone QWE 2002
Jim Bampos Vanteon Testing E-Commerce Applications QW 2000
Rick Banister Sesame Technology Clothing Optional Relationships With Your Customers QW 2001
David Banks, Paul Black, Dr. Leonard Gallagher, Dr. Charles Hagwood, Raghu Kacker, Lynne Rosenthal, Dr. James Yen National Institute of Standards and Technology Software Testing by Statistical Methods QW 1998
Kishor Bapat EWO Software Clean Management Begins with Clean Applications QWE 1999
Vondes BarnettFederal ExpressTesting an Innovative Customer Automation SystemQW 1988
V. BarrHofstra UniversityRule-Bsed System Testing with Control and Data Flow TechniquesQW 1996
Mihaela Barreau, Jean-Yves Morel, Dr. Alexis Todoskoff University of Angers State-of-the Art Information on Petri Nets Applied to Software Quality QWE 2002
Bob Bartlett SIM Group Limited A Practical Approach to Testing your eCommerce Web Server QWE 2000
Bob Bartlett SIM Group Limited Building Re-usable Test Environments for Y2K and EMU, EURO Testing QWE 1998
Bob Bartlett SIM Group Limited Experience Testing E-Commerce Systems QWE 2000
Bob Bartlett SIM Group Limited Power Testing QWE 2002
Bob Bartlett SIM Group Limited The dream comes true - Scriptless Automated Testing QWE 2000
V. Basili & Z. ZhangUniversity of MarylandA Framework for Collecting and Analyzing Usabilty DataQW 1996
L. Bass - V&V Technology for Real-TimeQW 1991
Lewis BassLaw Offices of Lewis Bass, Inc.HAZARD ANALYSIS MINIMIZES LIABILITYQW 1990
Lewis BassThe Kairos CompanySoftware Systems Safety and Liabilty PreventionQW 1989
Robert Bauer, Russell F. Ingram Levetate Design Systems Building a Parallel Test Environment QW 2000
Torsten Baumann, Rex Black, Serban Teodorescu, Gordon Page Interactive Media Integrated Test Automation of IVR-Telephony Applications and Client-Server Call Center QWE 1999
Ira Baxter Semantic Designs, Inc. Branch Coverage Tools For Arbitrary Languages made Easy! QW 2002
Ira Baxter Semantic Designs, Inc. DMS: Software Quality Enhancement via Automated software Analysis, modification and Generation QW 2002
Ira Baxter, Andrew Yahin, Srinivas Neunuri, Leonardo Moura Semantic Designs Lowering Maintenance Costs by Code Clone Removal QW 1999
Walter Baziuk Nortel Networks Developing Highly Reliable Products in "Internet Time" QWE 1999
Gualtiero Bazzana ONION, S.P.A Web Testing Techniques and Tools QW 2001
Gualtiero Bazzana ONION, S.P.A. Web Testing Master Class QWE 2000
Gualtiero Bazzana ONION, S.P.A. Web Testing Master Class QWE 2000
Gualtiero Bazzana, C. Baresi, G. Rumi ONION S.p.A RADIUM - Applying RAD to innovative ERP/E-commerce projects QWE 1999
Gualtiero Bazzana, E. Fagnoni ONION S.P.A Testing Web-based Applications: Techniques for Conformance Testing QW 2000
Gualtiero Bazzana, E. Fagnoni ONION S.P.A. Testing Internet/Intranet Applications QWE 1998
Gualtiero Bazzana, Enrico Fagnoni ONION S.P.A Testing of Web-Based Applications QWE 1999
Gualtiero Bazzana, Ioana Ene ONION, S.P.A. Web Testing Master Class QWE 2002
Gualtiero Bazzana, Ioana Ene ONION, S.P.A. Web Testing Master Class QWE 2002
Kent Beck - Extreme Programming Explained QW 2001
Boris Beiser, Tom GilbConsultantsThe Great Debate -- Testing vs. InspectionQW 1996
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc An Overview of Testing -- Unit, Integration, System Outline and Index QWE 1998
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc Testing and Y2K QWE 1998
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc. An Overview of Testing -- Unit, Integration, System -- Outline and Index QW 1998
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc. An Overview of Testing: Unit, Integration, System (Part II) QW 1999
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc. An Overview of Testing: Unit, Integration, System QW 1999
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc. Nostradamus Redux QWE 1998
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc. Prioritizing Your Y2K Testing Effort: Debunking the Special Date Myths QW 1998
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc. The Mavin QW 1999
Boris Beizer Analysis, Inc. The Future of Software QualityQWE 1997
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.An Overview of TestingQW 1997
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.Can't Do That Cost-Benefit Analysis!QW 1992
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.On Being CompetitiveQW 1994
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.Overview of Software Test TechniquesQW 1993
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.Overview of Test TechniquesQW 1992
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.Software *is* DifferentQW 1996
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.Two Retrospectives From the Year 2001QW 1993
Boris BeizerAnalysis, Inc.Y2K testing: The Truth of the MatterQW 1997
Boris BeizerAnalysis,Inc.Assessment of Advanced Methods: Multi-processor, Data Flow, Domain TestingQW 1991
Giora Ben-Yaacov Synopsys Inc. Effective Software Testing at a Leading Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Company QW 2000
Giora Ben-YaacowCadence Design SystemsImproving Software Testing with ISCO-9000 ProcessesQWE 1997
Gorka Benguria, Luisa Escalante, Elisa Gallo, Elixabete Ostolaza, Mikel Vergasa European Software Institute Staged Model for SPICE: How to Reduce Time to Market - TTM QWE 1998
Robert Benjamin, Ruth Pennoyer, Karen Law Spherion Corporation Pre-Defining Success: Incorporating e-Metrics Into Business And Technical Requirements For Web And e-Business Solutions QW 2001
William Bently - Battle of the Testing GurusQW 1991
William Bently - Information Flow AnalysisQW 1993
William Bently - Testing Object Oriented LangugagesQW 1992
William Bently Miles LaboratoriesCT Coverage: An Initial EvaluationQW 1989
William Bently Miles, Inc.Automated Software Testing: Advanced TechnologiesQW 1988
William Bently Mu_Research How to Test an Object: The Information Flow Approach QW 1999
William Bently, E. Clarke, A. Donnelly, D. Jackson, W. Roscoe, P. Wolper, J. Woodcock(Various)Model-Checking and the Verification of Concurrent ProgramsQW 1995
William Bently, Robert Binder Mu_Research/RBSC Corporation The Dynamic Information Flow Testing of Objects: When Path Testing Meets Object-Oriented Testing QWE 1998
William BentlyMiles Inc.Moving Toward Data Use TestingQW 1990
Bogdan Bereza-Jarocinski ENEA Data AB Is Software Testing Scientific? QWE 1998
Greg Berger Lawson Software Creating A Tool-Independent Test Environment QW 2001
M. Bergman, Keith Stobie - How to Automate Testing: The Big PictureQW 1992
M. Bergman - Automated Testing Interacting with DebuggingQW 1993
Lawrence Bernstein National Software Council Trustworthy Software QW 1998
Lawrence BernsteinNational Software CouncilSoftware Dynamics--Planning for the Next CenturyQW 1997
Antonia Bertolino, E. Marchetti CNR-IEI A Simple Model to Predict How Many More Failures Will Appear in Testing QWE 1998
Antonia Bertolino, F. Basanieri CNR-IEI A Practical Approach to UML-based Derivation of Integration Tests QWE 2000
Antonia Bertolino, I. StriginiIEI-CNRPredicting Software Reliabilty from Testing Taking into Account Other Knowledge About and ProgramQW 1996
Antonia Bertolino, Martina MarreIEI-CNRA General Path Generation Algorithm for Coverage TestingQW 1997
Antonia Bertolino, Martina MarreIEI-CNRA General Path Generation Algorithm for Coverage TestingQWE 1997
Antonia BertolinoCNR-IEI Path Analysis and Experimentation on Path Coverage via Minimum Test CoversQW 1993
Antonia BertolinoCNR-IEISoftware Certification: The Ongoing Experience of Italian Government Controlled Fiscal MetersQW 1989
Allan Beumer CMG Performance Testing in Internet Time QWE 2002
Nigel Bevan, Itzhak Bogomolni Serco Usability Services, Israel Aircraft Industries Incorporating User Quality Requirements In The Software Development Process QWE 2000
James BiemanUniversity of WyomingNUMBER OF TESTS FOR THE "ALL DU PATHS" CRITERIONQW 1990
Stefann Biffl, Greg ThomasTechnical University of ViennaQuality Improvement on "Heroic" Projects -- A Reasonable Active Model for Quality Enhancement for Medium-Sized "Chaotic Software Development ProjectsQWE 1997
William Bill BentlyMu_Research How to Test an Object: The Information Flow Approach QWE 1999
James Bindas Intel Corporation Lesson Learned: Transferring Software Development Best Known Methods (BK between Product Lines QW 1998
James Bindas Intel Corporation Tactical Improvement Projects: Real-Life Lessons in Leading Change QW 1999
James BindasIntelHow to Avoid the "Us Versus Them" Syndrome in Software TestingQW 1995
Robert Binder Mobile Systems Verification Achieving Very High Reliability for Ubiquitous Information Technology QW 2002
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Best Practices for Object-Oriented Systems QW 2000
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation How to Write A Test Design Pattern QW 2000
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Modal Testing Strategies for Object-Oriented Software (Part II) QW 1999
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Modal Testing Strategies for Object-Oriented Software QW 1999
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Modal Testing Strategies for Object-Oriented Systems (Part I) QWE 1998
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Modal Testing Strategies for Object-Oriented Systems (Part II) QWE 1998
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Modal Testing Strategies for Object-Oriented Systems QWE 1999
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Modal Testing Strategies for Object-Oriented Systems QWE 1999
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Testing Object-Oriented Systems: Best Practices QW 1998
Robert Binder RBSC Corporation Testing Strategies for Object-Oriented Systems QW 1998
Robert Binder RBSC CorporationAn Integrated Tool Suite for High-Reliabity O-O C/S SystemsQW 1996
Robert Binder RBSC CorporationTesting Automation for Object-Oriented SystemsQW 1997
Robert Binder RBSC CorporationTesting Object-Oriented Systems: State of the Art, State of the PracticeQW 1994
Robert Binder RSBC Corporation Lessons Learned: The State of the Art in Object-Oriented Testing QWE 1999
Robert Binder System Consulting, Inc.Implementation-based Testing on Objects Using State-determined FlowsQW 1995
Andreas Birk, Wolfgang Mueller Fraunhofer Institute Systematic Improvement Management: A Method For Defining And Controlling Customized Improvement QWE 2000
Robert Birss - Test Coverage for Fun and tQW 1992
Karen Bishop-Stone Testware Associates, Inc Practical Software Test Case Design QW 1999
Rex Black RBCS, Inc. Charting the Progress of System Development Using Defect Data QW 1999
Rex Black RBCS, Inc. Managing Test Estimation QW 2002
Rex Black RBCS, Inc. Managing The Testing Process: Test Estimation QWE 2002
Rex Black RBCS, Inc. Managing the Testing Process: Organization, Motivation, and Techniques QWE 2002
Rex Black RBCS, Inc. Test Management And Organization QW 2002
Rex Black RBCS, Inc. The Fine Art of Writing a Good Bug Report QW 2000
Mark Blackburn, Joseph Fontaine Software Productivity Consortium Application of the Test Automation Framework for Model Analysis and Test Generation QW 2000
Mark Blackburn, Robert Busser, Aaron Nauman T-VEC Technologies/SPC Interface-driven Model-based Test Generation of Java Test vers QW 2002
Mark Blackburn, Robert Busser, Aaron Nauman, Ramaswamy Chandramouli Software Productivity Consortium Model-based Approach To Security Test Automation QW 2001
Lisa Boden, Jon Hagar Lockheed Martin Astronautics Company How to Build a 20 Year Successful Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Program for the Next Millennium QW 1999
Bruce Boes Software Emancipation Technology, Inc. Improve Your Software Quality through Quality Process-Control and Management QW 1999
Larry BoldtTechnology Builders, Inc Y2K Requirements-ven Automated Testing...Do You Have a License to ve? QW 1998
Nick Borelli Microsoft Seizing Control of the Development Lifecycle QW 1999
Nick Borelli Microsoft Seizing Control of the Development Lifecycle QWE 1999
Nick BorelliMicrosoftTuning Your Test Group: Some Tips and TricksQW 1997
Robin Bortz RadView WebLoad Integrity Testing for e-applications QWE 2000
Melissa Borza Computer Associates Enterprise Change and Configuration Management QW 2000
Juris Borzovs, Martins Gills Riga Information Technology Inst. Software Testing in Latvia: Lessons Learned QW 2001
Joan Bosch Sole NTE, s a. Big And Complex Projects: Beyond Extreme Programming QW 2002
Erwin Bosman Compuware The Testing Roadmap to Application Excellence QWE 2002
Egbert Bouman Spherion Technology Five years of assesments with the Test Process Scorecard®: the method and the results QWE 2002
F. Bourdoncle - Automatic Compile-Time DebuggingQW 1994
Bruno Bouyssounouse PolySpace Detect All Run-Time Errors Without Test-Beds QWE 2000
Michael Bowden CYRANO Push the Limits of Your Applications and Deploy with Confidence QW 1999
Eric Bowden KeyLabs Outsourced or Out-Of-Luck QW 1999
Michael BowdenCYRANO Year 2000: A Practical Approach to Reducing Business Risk QW 1998
John Bowman Compuware Which Comes First: The Process or the Tool? QW 2000
Victor Braberman, Martina Marre, Miguel FelderUniversidad de Buenos AiresTesting Time Behaviors of Real Time SoftwareQW 1997
Matthew Brady McCabe, Associates UK Ltd How to Test Better - Not Test More QWE 2000
Tim BraithwaiteGroup Manager Chartway TechnologiesTESTING APPLICATION SOFTWARE SECURITY AND INTERNAL CONTROLSQW 1990
Glenn Breslin Independent Quality Process for XML Interfaces QW 2002
Lionel Briand, Bernd G. Freimut, Oliver Laitenberger, Gunther Ruhe, Brigitte Klein Fraunhofer IESE, Allianz Life Assurance Quality Assurance Technologies for the EURO Conversion - Industrial Experience at Allianz Life Assurance QWE 1998
J.D. Brisk Exodus Communications Peer-to-Peer Computing: The Future Of Internet Performance Testing QW 2001
Bart Broekman, Christiaan Hoos IQUIP Informatica B.V. Test Automation, Eternal Struggle or Lasting Benefits? QWE 1998
Bart Broekman, Christiaan Hoos IQUIP Informatica BV, Netherlands How to Automate Your Tests with Lasting Benefits? QWE 1999
Bart Broekman, Christiaan HoosIQUIP Informatica BV, Netherlands How to Automate Your Tests with Lasting Benefits QWE 1999
Miriam Bromnick Ovum ltd Automated Software Testing: A New Breed of Tools QWE 2000
David Brown, Jarrett Rosenberg Sun Microsystems Static Checking of Application Binaries for Cross-Release Stability QW 1998
T. BruckhausSchool of Computer ScienceHow Tools, Project Size and Development Affect ProductivityQW 1996
Vince Budrovich ParaSoft Corporation Increasing The Effectiveness Of Load Testing: Unit-Level Load Testing QW 2001
Mark Buenen GITek Software n.v. Introducing Structured Testing in a Dynamic, Low-Mature Organisation QWE 1998
Luigi Buglione, Elixabete Ostolaza European Software Institute Achieving Business Excellence in SPI: Applying the EFQM/SPICE Integrated Model in Industry QWE 1999
Kobad Bugwadia, Kris Mohan Intel Corporation Quality Issues, Requirements and Challenges For Multimedia Streaming On The Internet QW 2001
Christian Bunse, Oliver Laitenberger Fraunhofer Institute Improving Component Quality Through the Systematic Combination of Construction and Analysis QWE 2002
Ted Burnett Watchfire Why Web QA Is Essential in all Phases of the Development Process QW 2000
I. Burnstein T. Suwannasart C. R. CarlsonIllinois Institute of TechnologyThe Development of a Testing Maturity ModelQW 1996
Ilene Burnstein, Ariya Homyen, Dr. Taratip Suwannasart, Robert Grom, Gary Saxena Illinois Institute of Technology Using the Testing Maturity Model (TMM) to Assess and Improve Your Software Testing Process QW 1999
Marilyn BushXeroxWhat is a SEPG's Role in the CMMQW 1997
Bettina Buth, Jan Peleska, Hui Shi Bremen University Combining Methods for the Analysis of a Fault-Tolerant System QW 1999
Hans Buwalda CMG Soap Opera Testing QWE 2000
Hans Buwalda CMG TestFrame: Getting Testing and Test Automation Under Control&QWE 2000
Hans Buwalda CMG The Three "Holy Grails" of Test Development (...adventures of a mortal tester..) QW 2001
Hans Buwalda CMG Finance BV Testing with Action Words, a Quality Approach to (Automated) Software Testing QWE 1998
Hans Buwalda LogiGear Corporation Managing Test Products, The Next Challenge QW 2002
Hans Buwalda LogiGear Corporation The Essentials of Testing and Test Automation QW 2002
Hans Buwalda Logigear Corporation Test Automation, Build to Last Action Based Testing Methods and Tools at Work! QW 2002
Bob CagleNCRA Practitioner's Approach To Testing CoverageQW 1989
Alan Cameron Wills TriReme International Ltd Component Architecture and Business Models QWE 2000
C. Carlesi - Automated Program Structure AnalysisQW 1991
David Carman David Carman Event-Based Test Generation for Distributed Systems QW 1999
David Carman Telcordia Technologies Measuring Test Effectiveness: The Use and Misuse of Test Coverage QW 2000
David Carman, Siddhartha R. Dalal, Ashish Jain, Nachimuthu Karunanithi Bellcore A Test Generation Factory for Year 2000 Testing QW 1998
Stephen CarrIPT CorporationAPPLICATIONS OF SOURCE CODE ANALYZERSQW 1990
J. CashmanJ&J ConsultingSOFTWARE QUALITY ENGINEERINGQW 1990
Eugenio Cervetto Performance Research Model-based performance analysis of an EDP/ERP-oriented wide area network QW 1999
Eugenio Cervetto Performance Research Performance Evaluation of Real-Time Embedded Software Applications Using PREDICTA QW 1998
J. ChaarIBM T.J. Watson Research CenterOn The Evaluation of Software Inspections and TestsQW 1995
S.L. Chakrabarti, Harry RobinsonHewlett Packard CompanyCatching Bugs in the Web: Using the World Wide Web to Detect Software Localization DefectsQWE 1997
S.L. Chakrabarti, R. PandeyHewlett-Packard CompanyTesting the WEB We WeaveQW 1996
S.L. Chakrabarti, S. MohammedHewlett-PackardWriting GUI Specifications in CQW 1995
S.L. Chakrabartl, Harry RobinsonHewlett PackardCatching Bugs in the Web: QW 1997 Using the WWW to Detect Software Localization DefectsQW1997
Wen-Kui Chang, Shing-Kai Hon Tunghai University A Systematic Framework for Ensuring Link Validity under Web Browsing Environments QW 2000
Francois Charette TestQuest Testing Configurable Product Platforms QW 2001
Mei-Hwa Chen, Ming-Hung H. Kao, Mei-Huei Tang SUNY Albany Investigating Test Effectiveness on Object-Oriented Software -- A Case Study QW 1999
Ludmila Cherkasova Hewlett Packard Labs Web Site Performance and Qos Monitoring QW 2002
Yuri Chernak Valley Forge Consulting, Inc In-Process Validation and Improvement of Test-Case Effectiveness QW 1999
Sergio Cherskov Microsoft Testing Windows CE 3.0 Real-Time Kernel QW 1999
Ram ChillaregeIBMOrthogonal Defect ClassificationQW 1997
Howard ChofreyProcess Software CorporationA Practical Approach to Using Software MetricsQWE 1997
Howard Chorney Process Software Corp. A Practical Approach to Using Software Metrics QWE 1998
Gunther Chrobok-Diening, Andreas Ulrich& Peter Zimmerer Siemens AG Test Architectures for Testing Distributed Systems QW 1999
Huey-Der Chu National Defense Management College Applied Six Sigma to Software Process Improvement QW 2002
Huey-Der Chu, John DobsonUniversity of Newcastle upon TymeAn Integrated Testi Environment for Distributed ApplicationsQW 1997
Huey-Der Chu, John DobsonUniversity of Newcastle upon TyneA Statistic-Based Framework for Automated Software TestingQW 1996
Huey-Der Chu,John DobsonUniversity of Newcastle upon TyneAn Integrated Test Enviroment for Distributed ApplicationsQWE 1997
Antonio Cicu, Domenico Tappero Merlo, Francesco Bonelli, Fabrizio Conicella, Fabio Valle QualityLab Consortium/MetriQs Managing Customer's Requirements in a SME: A Process Improvement Initiative QWE 1998
Antonio Cicu. Domenico Tappero Merlo, Francesco Bonelli, Sandro Francesconi, Fabrizio Conicella, Fabio Valle MetriQs Srl, OSRA SISTEMI Managing a Customer's Requirements in a SME: A Process Improvement Initiative Using an IT-based Methodology and Tool QW 1998
Anders Claesson Enea Realtime AB A Risk Based Testing Process QWE 2002
Anders Claesson Enea Realtime AB How to Use Scientific Methods In Software Testing QWE 2002
James Clarke Lucent Technologies Automated Test Generation From a Behavioral Model QWE 1998
James ClarkeLucent Technologies Automated Test Generation from a Behavioral Model QW 1998
Lori ClarkeUniversity of MassechusettsGaining Confience in Distubted SystemsQW 1997
T. Clinton - IV V Acceptance Testing: Using Risk AnalysisQW 1992
Greg Clower SDT Corporation Establishing a Telecommunication Test Automation System QW 2001
Don Cohen Princeton Softech Requirements For A Comprehensive Testing Environment QW 2001
Greta Cohen and Jim Baack Superior IS Outsourced Testing for the Web QW 2000
Ross Collard Collard & Company Test Estimating QW 2001
Ross Collard Collard & Company Test Planning QW 2000
Ross Collard Collard & Company The Value of Agile Testing QW 2002
Ross Collard Collard & Company Web Site Robustness and Scalability Testing QW 2002
Jean-Marie CondomUniversite de Pau et des Pay de I'ADOURMeeting Quality Requirements in Robot-Based Manufacturing Using Z Solutions TrackQWE 1997
M. Cooke - Introduction to SPICE ISO 15504QW 1997
Patrick Copeland Microsoft Approaches in Testing Componentization in the Windows CE Operating System QW 1999
Patrick Copeland Microsoft Redesigning a Testing Organization for Delivery to the Web QW 2000
John Corden CYRANO Year 2000 - Hidden Dangers QWE 1998
Adrian Cowderoy MMHQ Cool Q - Quality Improvement for Multi-Disciplinary Tasks in Website Development QW 2000
Adrian Cowderoy MMHQ Technical Quality is Just the Start -- The Real Battle is Commercial Quality QW 2000
Adrian Cowderoy Professional Spirit Ltd Complex WebSites Cost More to Maintain - Measure the Complexity of Content QWE 2000
Adrian Cowderoy Professional Spirit Ltd Cool Q-Quality Improvement For Multi-Disciplinary Tasks In Website Development QWE 2000
Adrian Cowderoy Professional Spirit Ltd Ensuring Data Quality Is Just The Start -- The Real Battle Is Commercial Quality QWE 2000
Adrian Cowderoy Professional Spirit Ltd Quality in a Dotcom Startup -- Fact or Fiction? QW 2001
Vern Crandall - An Overall Strategy for Testing SoftwareQW 1992
Vern Crandall - Building an Internal Software Test OrganizationQW 1991
Vern Crandall - Risk Analysis in Software DelvopementQW 1993
Vern CrandallBrigham Young UniversitySTRUCTURE OF THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE TESTING ORGANIZATIONS: PROGRESS ASSESSMENTQW 1990
Vern CrandallBrigham Young UniversitySoftware Quality: Product Verification, Design Analysis, and CodeQW 1988
Vern CrandallSoftware Development, NovellTesting In A LAN EnviromentQW 1989
Charles Crawford Blackstone & Cullen Year 2000 and the euro: Compliance testing and data management QWE 1998
Lisa Crispin TRIP.com Guerilla Tool Selection QW 2000
Lisa Crispin TRIP.com Stranger in a Strange Land -- Bringing Quality Assurance to a Web Startup QW 2000
Lisa Crispin Tensegrent The Need For Speed: Acceptance Test Automation in an eXtreme Programming Environment QW 2001
Lisa Crispin iFactor-e Stranger in a Strange Land: Bringing QA to a Web Startup QWE 2000
Lisa Crispin iFactor-e The Need for Speed: Automating Functional Testing in an eXtreme Programming Environment QWE 2000
Daniel Crowley IDX Corporation Cost of Quality - The Bottom Line of Quality QWE 1998
Maxine Crowther, Dave OliverCadence Design Systems, Inc. Automating Defect Tracking and Reporting: A Solution for the 21st Century QW 1998
Hazel Curtis, Diana Burkhardt, Alfred Vella Allstor Software, University of Luton Automated Test Suites from Reverse Engineering and Planguage QW 1998
Bill Curtis - Superior Software OrganizationsQW 1993
Bill Curtis - Superior Software OrganizationsQW 1993
Rik Daems Minister of Telecommunications Government of Belgium Belgium's Five-Star Plan to Develop The Information Society QWE 2000
Gregory Daich SAIC Essential Year 2000 Practices QW 1998
Gregory Daich - Improving the Software Test Process Using the Capability Maturity ModelQW 1994
Gregory Daich - Technology Infusion into the Software Test ProcessQW 1993
John Dalbey California Polytechnic State University A Climber's View of Software Quality QW 2002
Marcelo Dalceggio Banco Rio de la Plata SA Automated Software Inspection Process QW 2000
Marcelo Dalceggio, Alvaro Ruiz de Mendarozqueta - Banco Rio de la Plata SA QWE 1999
Ralph Dalebout IBM Beta Testing -- Boot Camp Basics and Beyond QW 2002
Ralph Dalebout IBM Printing Systems Division Beta Testing With Rapid Development QW 2001
Robert Darimont, Emmanuelle Delor, Andre Rifaut CEDITI Quality Starts by Defining Goals QWE 2002
Manu Das Soffront Defect Tracking and Analysis, Software Quality, and the Internet QW 1999
Manu Das, w Slotnick SOFFRONT Software, Inc The Revolution in Defect Tracking and Analysis, Software Quality, and the Internet QW 1998
Sanjay DasGupta, Indrajit Sanyal Usha Communications Technology A Java-XML Integration for Automated Testing QWE 2000
Taz DaughtreyChair, ASQC Software Division, B&W Nuclear Service CompanyTHE EMERGING SOFTWARE QUALITY PROFESSION: AN ASQC PERSPECTIVEQW 1990
Jennifer Davis, Daniel Zikin, Brian ZhouNSA Goddard Space Flight CenterThe Challenge of Testing Innovative Science Software on a Rapidly Evolving Production PlatformQW 1997
Kim Davis, Robert Sabourin My Virtual Model Inc. Exploring, Discovering and Exterminating Bug Clusters In Web Applications QW 2001
Kim Davis, Robert Sabourin My Virtual Model, Inc., Amibug.com Practical Experiences in Bug Cluster Management QWE 2002
Koenraad Debackere KUL Organizing for High Tech Innovation QWE 2002
Michael Deck Cleanroom Software Engineering, Inc Process Diversity: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Chaos QW 1999
Michael Deck Cleanroom Software Engineering, Inc Requirements Analysis Using Formal Methods QW 2000
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