Dan Port
Dan Port
Professor of Information Technology Management, Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Verified email at port.as
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Validation methods for calibrating software effort models
T Menzies, D Port, Z Chen, J Hihn
Proceedings. 27th International Conference on Software Engineering, 2005 …, 2005
1242005
Feature subset selection can improve software cost estimation accuracy
Z Chen, T Menzies, D Port, B Boehm
Proceedings of the 2005 workshop on Predictor Models in Software Engineering …, 2005
1212005
Comparative studies of the model evaluation criterions mmre and pred in software cost estimation research
D Port, M Korte
Proceedings of the Second ACM-IEEE international symposium on Empirical …, 2008
1122008
A stakeholder win–win approach to software engineering education
B Boehm, A Egyed, D Port, A Shah, J Kwan, R Madachy
Annals of Software Engineering 6 (1), 295-321, 1998
1011998
Not all CBS are created equally: COTS-intensive project types
BW Boehm, D Port, Y Yang, J Bhuta
International Conference on COTS-Based Software Systems, 36-50, 2003
722003
Differential equations: theory and applications
RM Redheffer, D Port
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1991
701991
Confidence in software cost estimation results based on MMRE and PRED
M Korte, D Port
Proceedings of the 4th international workshop on Predictor models in …, 2008
632008
Requirements engineering, expectations management, and the two cultures
B Boehm, M Abi-Antoun, D Port, J Kwan, A Lynch
Proceedings IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (Cat …, 1999
511999
Avoiding the software model-clash spiderweb
B Boehm, D Port, M Al-Said
Computer 33 (11), 120-122, 2000
502000
Using simulation to investigate requirements prioritization strategies
D Port, A Olkov, T Menzies
2008 23rd IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software …, 2008
482008
Simple software cost analysis: safe or unsafe?
T Menzies, D Port, Z Chen, J Hihn
Proceedings of the 2005 workshop on Predictor models in software engineering …, 2005
472005
Using the spiral model and MBASE to generate new acquisition process models: SAIV, CAIV, and SCQAIV
B Boehm, D Port, L Huang, W Brown
CrossTalk 15 (1), 20-25, 2002
452002
Guidelines for the life cycle objectives (LCO) and the life cycle architecture (LCA) deliverables for model-based architecting and software engineering (MBASE)
B Boehm, D Port, M Abi-Antoun, A Egyed
USC, Los Angeles, USC Technical Report USCCSE-98-519, 1999
391999
Composable process elements for developing COTS-based applications
B Boehm, D Port, Y Yang, J Bhuta
2003 International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering, 2003. ISESE …, 2003
372003
Assessing COTS assessment: How much is enough?
D Port, S Chen
International Conference on COTS-Based Software Systems, 183-198, 2004
322004
Text mining support for software requirements: Traceability assurance
D Port, A Nikora, JH Hayes, LG Huang
2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1-11, 2011
242011
WinWin spiral approach to developing COTS-based applications
B Boehm, D Port, Y Yang
EDSER-5 5 th International Workshop on Economic-Driven Software Engineering …, 2003
232003
The MBASE life cycle architecture milestone package
B Boehm, D Port, A Egyed, M Abi-Antoun
Working Conference on Software Architecture, 511-528, 1999
201999
Conceptual modeling challenges for model-based architecting and software engineering (MBASE)
B Boehm, D Port
Conceptual Modeling, 24-43, 1999
201999
Practicing What is Preached: 80-20 Rules for Strategic IV&V Assessment
D Port, R Kazman, H Nakao, M Katahira
2007 IEEE International Conference on Exploring Quantifiable IT Yields, 45-54, 2007
182007
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