How Software Review Tools Work

How Software Review Tools Work

Yuk Kuen Wong (Griffith University, Australia)
Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 28
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-013-4.ch004
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Abstract

There are many software review tools for supporting the software review process, particularly in a group review. This chapter presents an overview of common software review tools and discussions on how these tools work in software review process. A number of software review tools will be discussed in this chapter. These include: Intelligent Code Inspection in a C Language Environment (ICICLE), Scrutiny, Collaborate Software Inspection (CSI), InspeQ, CSRS, Requirement Traceability tool (RADIX), InspectA, Asynchronous Inspection of Software Artefacts (AISA), Web Inspection Prototype (WiP), Asynchronous/Synchronous Software Inspection Support Tool (ASSIST), CORD, Agent-based Software Tool, Web-based Software Review System, Internet-Based Inspection System (IBIS) and VisionQuest.

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