Martinig & Associates - Software Process Improvement Resources and CMM Assessments Results

 

Technology Usage Software Process Quality Assessment

 Here is the technology usage of assessed organisations.

3.1 Is automated configuration control used to control and track change activity throughout the software development process? 41%
3.2 Are computer tools used to assist in tracing software requirements to software design? 21%
3.3 Are formal design notations such as pseudo-code used in program design? 24%
3.4 Are computer tools used to assist in tracing the software design to the code? 24%
3.5 Is the majority of product development implemented in a high-order language? 79%
3.6 Are automated test input data generators used for testing? 11%
3.7 Are computer tools used to measure test coverage? 9%
3.8 Are computer tools used to track every required function and assure that it is tested/verified? 8%
3.9 Are automated tools used to analyse the size and change activity in software components? 17%
3.10 Are automated tools used to analyse software complexity? 12%
3.11 Are automated tools used to analyse cross references between modules? 63%
3.12 Are interactive source-level debuggers used? 79%
3.13 Are the software development and maintenance personnel provided with interactive documentation facilities? 58%
3.14 Are computer tools used for tracking and reporting the status of the software in the software development library? 46%
3.15 Are prototyping methods used in designing the critical performance elements of the software? 38%
3.16 Are prototyping methods used in designing the critical elements of the man-machine interface? 55%

Technology usage in assessed organisations. Source: Martinig & Associates

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