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2006 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
A major difficulty with current organizational performance models in software engineering management is to represent many possible viewpoints quantitatively and in a consolidated manner, while at the same time keeping track of the values of the individual dimensions of performance. The models currently proposed do not meet the analytical requirements of software engineering management when various viewpoints must be taken into account concurrently. This paper presents a selection ofdoi:10.1109/isie.2006.296138 fatcat:ashpcl76nffvxo6fi5dxsjblhu