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This is the Quiver-A Decision Support System for SE project ("quiver-dss")
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Quiver is one step to decision support for software engineering. Started as the dissertation work done by Abhilash as part of Masters Software Systems at BITS Pilani http://sourceforge.net/projects/quiver-dss/files/AG-SemPresent1.0.pdf/download Stage 2 The project got a big review in the CONSEG 2011 conference organized by Computer Society of India (CSI). http://www.ebay.in/itm/Proceedings-International-Conference-Software-Engineering-CONSEG-2011-/270829182208 The requirements of Quiver 2 are discussed at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/quiver-dss/files/Requirements_Project002.pdf/download SEAMLESS SOFTWARE ENGINEERING– A STEP TOWARDS AUTOMATION OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE Software engineering the entire of software development lifecycle, still requires human intervention in every step. . With automation as the final goal, they put forward a concept called seamless engineering as a step towards achieving automation..
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