A workflow based online software review system

Çifci, Hasan
Software review is an effective and efficient way for detecting defects in software artifacts. To improve the effectiveness and the efficiency of software review, a variety of software review techniques have been developed. Furthermore, computer support has been used to facilitate the software review process. Accordingly, several software review tools have been developed. Although existing tools provide new solutions to support software review, in general they suffer from a number of shortcomings. In this study, a brief description about major software review techniques is given along with the summary of the process. Additionally, existing tools and their features are briefly explained and a comparison between them is done. This study focuses on the development of a Web based review tool that has a workflow definition capability in order to support every kind of software review processes.


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Citation Formats
H. Çifci, “A workflow based online software review system,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.