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By Paolo Nesi (auth.), Paolo Nesi (eds.)

This quantity provides the lawsuits of goal caliber 1995, the second one Symposium on software program caliber options and Acquisition standards, held in Florence, Italy in may well 1995.
The choice of papers chosen for this quantity covers a number of the elements of software program caliber with particular connection with the review and development of technique and product caliber. The sixteen contributed papers disguise the result of an important eu tasks within the box of software program caliber with participation from academia and undefined. additionally, there's a keynote speech by way of Giacomo Bucci and an in depth creation by way of the amount editor.

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