Software Project Management for Distributed Computing : Life-Cycle Methods for Developing Scalable and Reliable Tools

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Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017
Series:Computer Communications and Networks, ISSN 1617-7975
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Online Access:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-54325-3
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505 0 |a Part I: Characteristics and Estimation of Software Projects for Distributed Computing -- Modelling of Reusability Estimation in Software Design with External Constraints -- Estimation of Costs and Time for the Development of Distributed Software -- Using COSMIC for the Functional Size Measurement of Distributed Applications in Cloud Environments -- Characteristics of Large-Scale Defense Projects and the Dominance of Software and Software Project Management -- Software Project Management as a Service (SPMaaS): Perspectives and Benefits -- Part II: Approached and Frameworks for Software Development and Software Project Management -- Component-Based Hybrid Reference Architecture for Managing Adaptable Embedded Software Development -- 3PR Framework for Software Project Management: People, Processes, Products and Risks -- CrowdSWD: A Novel Framework for Crowdsourcing Software Development Inspired by the Concept of Biological Metaphor -- An Approach to Migrate and Manage Software: Cloud Based Requirements Management -- A Novel Approach to Modelling Distributed Systems - Using Large-Scale Multi-Agent Systems -- Part III: Advances in Software Project Management and Distributed Software Development -- Optimizing Software Error Proneness Prediction using Bird Mating Algorithm -- i(mproved)Agile: A Customized Scrum Process for Project Management in Defense & Security -- Ontology Annotation for Software Engineering Project Management in Multi-site Distributed Software Development Environments -- Investigating the Scope for Agile Project Management to be Adopted by Higher Education Institutions -- Software Project Management for Combined Software and Data Engineering. 
520 |a This unique volume explores cutting-edge management approaches to developing complex software that is efficient, scalable, sustainable, and suitable for distributed environments. Practical insights are offered by an international selection ofpre-eminent authorities, including case studies, best practices, and balanced corporate analyses. Emphasis is placed on the use of the latest software technologies and frameworks for life-cycle methods, including the design, implementation and testing stages of software development. Topics and features: · Reviews approaches for reusability, cost and time estimation, and for functional size measurement of distributed software applications · Discusses the core characteristics of a large-scale defense system, and the design of software project management (SPM) as a service · Introduces the 3PR framework, research on crowdsourcing software development, and an innovative approach to modeling large-scale multi-agent software systems · Examines a system architecture for ambient assisted living, and an approach to cloud migration and management assessment · Describes a software error proneness mechanism, a novel Scrum process for use in the defense domain, and an ontology annotation for SPM in distributed environments · Investigates the benefits of agile project management for higher education institutions, and SPM that combines software and data engineering This important text/reference is essential reading for project managers and software engineers involved in developing software for distributed computing environments. Students and researchers interested in SPM technologies and frameworks will also find the work to be an invaluable resource. Prof. Zaigham Mahmood is a Senior Technology Consultant at Debesis Education UK and an Associate Lecturer (Research) at the University of Derby, UK. He also holds positions as Foreign Professor at NUST and IIU in Islamabad, Pakistan, and Professor Extraordinaire at the North Wes 
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