An Industrial Perspective on Soft Issues: Successes, Opportunities, and Challenges

G Bell, B Barbour, P McMenamin, D Allen, Maurice Mulvenna

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Panel members have been invited to share their experiences of handling soft issues in system design, development and operation—either personal experiences, or those of their organisation. In addition, they have been encouraged to identify a few ‘grand challenges’ areas for future research.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationSoft-Ware 2002: Computing in an Imperfect World, First International Conference
EditorsD Bustard, W Liu, R Sterritt
Pages357-357
VolumeLNCS 2
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2002

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Bell, G., Barbour, B., McMenamin, P., Allen, D., & Mulvenna, M. (2002). An Industrial Perspective on Soft Issues: Successes, Opportunities, and Challenges. In D. Bustard, W. Liu, & R. Sterritt (Eds.), Soft-Ware 2002: Computing in an Imperfect World, First International Conference (Vol. LNCS 2, pp. 357-357)
Bell, G ; Barbour, B ; McMenamin, P ; Allen, D ; Mulvenna, Maurice. / An Industrial Perspective on Soft Issues: Successes, Opportunities, and Challenges. Soft-Ware 2002: Computing in an Imperfect World, First International Conference. editor / D Bustard ; W Liu ; R Sterritt. Vol. LNCS 2 2002. pp. 357-357
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An Industrial Perspective on Soft Issues: Successes, Opportunities, and Challenges. / Bell, G; Barbour, B; McMenamin, P; Allen, D; Mulvenna, Maurice.

Soft-Ware 2002: Computing in an Imperfect World, First International Conference. ed. / D Bustard; W Liu; R Sterritt. Vol. LNCS 2 2002. p. 357-357.

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