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Proceedings of Software Process 1996
The Personal Software Process (PSP) has been taught at a number of universities with impressive results. It is also of interest to industry as a means for training their software engineers. While there are published reports on the teaching of PSP in classroom settings (at universities and industry), little systematic study has been conducted on the implementation of PSP in industry. Also, largely anecdotal evidence exists as to its effectiveness with real programming tasks. Effectiveness isdoi:10.1109/icsp.1996.565030 fatcat:ziydq3k2mjhyjp3fowb7moecda