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Proceedings of the third international workshop on Software and performance - WOSP '02
We investigate the usage of software performance engineering to aid the project manager in making sound, reliable predictions in software development, and in optimizing the utilization of resources (typically the people). We assimilate the project teams to the processing elements of a performance model, and their activities to the tasks to be accomplished within established time intervals. The proposed methodology uses as the manager's interface a subset of Real-Time UML, the recently adopteddoi:10.1145/584408.584410 fatcat:3vzb5z3om5db7nauxywpyc2pyq