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Veenendaal 97] Trienekens and van Veenendaal, “Software Quality from a Business Perspective”, Kluwer, 1997 [Tufte 90] Tufte, E., "Visual Explanations", Graphics Press, 1990, ISBN: 0-961- 39214-2 [Tufte 97] Tufte, E., "Envisioning Information", Graphics Press, 1997, ISBN 0-961- 39211-8 [Wagner 91] "The Transactional Manager", Spiro Press, ISBN: 978-185835496, 1996 [Weinberg 92] Weinberg, G, "Quality Software Management, Vol. 1", (92), Dorset House, 1992, ISBN: 0-932633-22-6
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Certified Tester Expert Level Syllabus International Software Testing Qualifications Board Version 2011 Page 69 of 75 1 st November 2011 © International Software Testing Qualifications Board 11.4 Papers and Articles Identifier Paper / article reference [Basili Papers] V.R. Basili, "Software Modeling and Measurement: The Goal Question Metric Paradigm," Computer Science Technical Report Series, CS-TR-2956 (UMIACS-TR-92-96), University of Maryland, College Park, MD, September, 992. V.R. Basili, H. D. Rombach, "The TAME Project: Towards Improvement-Oriented Software Environments," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol.SE-14, no.6, June 1988, pp.758-773. V.R. Basili, R.W. Selby, "Data Collection and Analysis in Software Research and Management," Proceedings of the American Statistical Association and Biomeasure Society, Joint Statistical Meetings, Philadelphia, PA, August 1984. R. Basili, D. M. Weiss, "A Methodology for Collecting Valid Software Engineering Data," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. SE-10, no.6, November 1984, pp. 728-738. [Copeland Paper 01] Lee Copeland, “When helping doesn‟t help”, SQE Magazine, January 2001 [Garvin Paper 84] Garvin, D., “What does product quality really mean?”, Sloan Management Review, Vol. 26, No. 1, 1984 [Hackman and Oldman Paper 76] J. R. Hackman, G. R. Oldham (1976). "Motivation through design of work". Organizational behaviour and human performance 16 : 250 279. [van Veenendaal Paper 08] van Veenendaal, E., "Test Process Improvement Manifesto", Testing Experience, Dec 2008 11.5 Web References Even though these references were checked at the time of publication of this Expert Level syllabus, the ISTQB can not be held responsible if references are no longer available. Identifier Web Reference Link [ISTQB-Web] Web site of the International Software Testing Qualifications Board. Refer to this website for the latest ISTQB Glossary and syllabi. . [EFQM-Web] Web site of the European Foundation for Quality Management. Note that links are provided on the EFQM web site to country/continent-specific models based on the fundamental concepts of excellence for other members of GEM the Global Excellence Model
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