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Software Engineering Economics and Declining Budgets

  • Pamela T. Geriner
  • Thomas R. Gulledge
  • William P. Hutzler
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VIII
  2. A J C Cowderoy, J O Jenkins, A Poulymenakou
    Pages 61-68
  3. R. D. Cruickshank, J. E. Gaffney Jr.
    Pages 83-94
  4. Rajiv D. Banker, Tomas Isakowitz, Robert J. Kauffman, Rachna Kumar, Dani Zweig
    Pages 117-138
  5. Thomas R. Gulledge, Edgar H. Sibley, Ted K. Yamashita
    Pages 139-166
  6. Minder Chen, Edgar H. Sibley
    Pages 167-182
  7. Henry Neimeier
    Pages 183-203
  8. Carla von Bernewitz, Marty Zizzi
    Pages 205-223

About these proceedings


Software Engineering Economics is a relatively new discipline that deals with all segments of the software life cycle. The discipline has received much visibility in recent years because of the size and cost considerations of many software development and maintenance efforts. This book places additional emphasis on the Federal Government`s Information Resource Management initiative and deals with related issues such as Business Re-engineering, Functional Economic Analysis, Organizational Process Modelling and the Economics of Reuse.


Informationssystem Software Engineering Economics System Analysis development information system modeling organization performance performance evaluation productivity software software engineering

Editors and affiliations

  • Pamela T. Geriner
    • 1
  • Thomas R. Gulledge
    • 2
  • William P. Hutzler
    • 1
  1. 1.Economic Analysis CenterThe MITRE CorporationMcLeanUSA
  2. 2.The Institute of Public PolicyGeorge Mason UniversityFairfaxUSA

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