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  • Anderson, B. B., Bajaj, A., and Gorr, W. "An estimation of decision models of senior IS managers when evaluating the external quality of organizational software". The Journal of Systems and Software 61 (2002) 59-75.
  • Basili, V. R. "The Experience Factory and Its Relationship to Other Quality Approaches", Advances in Computers, Vol. 41, Academic Press, Inc., 1995.
  • Benediktsson, O., Hunter, R. B., and McGettrick, A. D. "Processes for Software in Safety Critical Systems". Software Process: Improvement and Practices. 2001; 6: 47-62. [pdf version]
  • Benediktsson, O. "Safety critical software and development productivity". The Second World Congress on Software Quality, Yokohama, Sept 25.-29, 2000. [pdf version]
  • Biro, M., Tully, C. (1999), "The Software Process in the Context of Business Goals and Performance", Better Software Practice for Business Benefit, (ed) Richard Messnarz, Colin Tully, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, California, pages 51-106
  • Boehm, Barry W. (1991). “Software Risk Management: Principles and Practices”, IEEE Software 8(1), pp. 32-41, January 1991
  • Bostrom, R. P., and Heinen, S. J. (1977). "MIS Problems and Failures: A Socio-Technical Perspective - Part I: The Causes" MIS Quarterly 1(3): 17-32.
  • Bradgate, R. "Beyond the Millennium - The Legal Issues: Sale of Goods Issues and the Millennium Bug", 1999 (2) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT).
  • Carey, J., Gross N., Port O. and Stepanek M. "Software Hell", Business Week, Dec. 6, 1999
  • Cole, A. "Runaway Projects - Causes and Effects", Software World (UK), Vol. 26, No.3, 1995.
  • Dalcher, D. (1999). "Simplicity and Power: When More Means Less", IEEE Computer 32 (5): 117 (1999)
  • Dalcher, D. (July 2000), "Feedback, Planning and Control - a Dynamic Relationship", FEAST 2000, Imperial College, London. [pdf version]
  • Dalcher, D. (April 2000), "Forensic ECBS: a Situational Assessment", IEEE Engineering of Computer Based Systems Symposium (ECBS00), Edinburgh, IEEE Press, Los Alamitos, 2000, pp 390-392.
  • Dalcher, D. (April 2000), "Smooth Seas - Rough Sailing: the Case of the Lame Ship", IEEE Engineering of Computer Based Systems Symposium (ECBS00), Edinburgh, IEEE Press, Los Alamitos, 2000, PP 393-395.
  • Dalcher, D. “Life Cycle Design and Management” in, M. Stevens et al. (Eds.), Project Management Pathways: A Practitioner’s Guide, APM Press, High Wycombe, April/ May 2002.
  • Dalcher, D. “Design and Development” in, M. Stevens et al. (Eds.), Project Management Pathways: A Practitioner’s Guide, APM Press, High Wycombe, April/ May 2002.
  • Dalcher, D. “Ambulance Despatch Systems: The Melbourne Story”, IEEE Engineering of Computer Based Systems Symposium (ECBS01), April 2001, Washington DC, IEEE Press, Los Alamitos, 2001, pp. 337-342.
  • Dalcher, D. “Forensic Engineering: The Way Forward”, IEEE Engineering of Computer Based Systems Symposium (ECBS01), April 2001, Washington DC, IEEE Press, Los Alamitos, 2001, pp. 332-336.
  • Dalcher, D. “Safety, Risk and Danger: A New Dynamic Perspective”, Cutter IT Journal, Vol. 15, No. 2, February 2002, pp. 23-27.
  • DeMarco, Tom and Lister, Tim. (2000). “Both Sides Always Lose: Litigation of Software-Intensive Contracts”, CrossTalk, Feb 2000.
  • Doherty N., Shantanu B. and Mark P., "Factors Affecting the Successful Outcome of Systems Development Projects", UKAIS.
  • Donaldson, A.J.M. and Jenkins, J.O. "Systems Failures: An approach to building a coping strategy", Presented at the IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training (CSEE&T), February 19-21 2001, Charlotte, NC, USA. IEEE Press, ISBN 0-7695-1059-0, 2001. (pdf version)
  • Donaldson, A.J.M., and Jenkins, J. O. "Systems Failures: an approach to understanding what can go wrong", Proc. European Software Day, Maastricht, NL, 2000. ISBN 0-7695-0872-4 (pdf version)
  • Doyle, A. "Moving target - Software problems are delaying the completion of the world's most advanced air traffic control centre", Flight International 21, 27 May 1997, pp 26-27.
  • Evans, M. W., Alex, M., Abela, A. M. and Beltz, T. "Seven Characteristics of Dysfunctional Software Projects" CrossTalk April 2002, pp 16-20. http://www.stsc.hill.af.mil/crosstalk/2002/04/evans.html
  • Gray E. M., Benediktsson O., and Smith W. "Improved Software Quality through Reviews and Defect Prevention". Presented at Eight International Conference Information System Development ISD'99, Bois, Idaho, USA, August 1999.
  • Hughes, G. 'Reasonable Design', 1999 (2) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT). http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/jilt/99-2/hughes.html
  • Johnson, Jim et al (2001). “Collaborating on Project Success”, SOFTWAREMAG.COM, February/March 2001.
    http://www.softwaremag.com/archive/2001feb/CollaborativeMgt.html
  • Keil, M. Blowing the whistle: How IS Auditors can turnaround troubled projects - And why they sometimes don't. IS Audit and Control Journal. (pdf version)
  • Landwehr, C. E., Bull, A. R., McDermott, J. P. and Choi W. S. "A Taxonomy of Computer Program Security Flaws", ACM Computing Surveys. Vol 26, No 3. September 1994, pp211-254. (pdf version)
  • Lavi, J., Dalcher, D., Melhart, B. and Gonzales, R. “Engineering of Computer-Based Systems-A proposal”, IEEE Engineering of Computer Based Systems Symposium (ECBS01), April 2001, Washington DC, IEEE Press, Los Alamitos, 2001, pp. 344-356.
  • Leishman, T. R., and Cook, D. A. "Requirements Risks Can Drown Software Projects" CrossTalk April 2002, pp 4-8.
  • Lyytinen, K. and Hirschheim, R. "Information Systems Failures--A Survey and Classification of the Empirical Literature" Oxford Surveys in Information Technology 4: pp 257-309, (1987)
  • Pereira, Eugene "A model of factors affecting an information system's change in state", J. Softw. Maint. Evol.: Res. Practice. 2001; 13:245-261.
  • Pfleeger, S. L. (1998) "Assessing Project Risk", Software Tech News Newsletter, STN vol.2 no.2.
    http://www.dacs.dtic.mil/awareness/newsletters/technews2-2/project.html
  • Pfleeger, S. L. "Risky business: what we have yet to learn about software risk management", Journal of Systems and Software, 53, 2000, pp 265-273. (pdf version)
  • Rocheleau, B. "Governmental Information System Problems and Failures: A Preliminary Review", Division of Public Administration, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois 60115, http://www.hbg.psu.edu/Faculty/jxr11/roche.html
  • Rowland, D. 'Negligence, Professional Competence and Computer Systems', 1999 (2) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT).
  • Sha, L. "Using Simplicity to Control Complexity" IEEE Software July/August 2001.
  • Tully, C., Kuvaja, P., Messnarz, R. (1999), "Software Process Analysis and Improvement: a Catalogue and Comparison of Models", Better Software Practice for Business Benefit, (Ed) Richard Messnarz, Colin Tully, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, California, pages 51-106
  • Woodman, M., Benediktsson, O., Lefever, B. and Stallinger, F. "Issues of CBD Product Quality and Process Quality". 4th International Workshop of Component-Based Software Engineering at 23rd International Conference on Software Engineering, Toronto, May 2001 (pdf version)