Software engineering, Software, Software development, Software development process and Software system are his primary areas of study. The Software engineering study combines topics in areas such as Software architecture description, Software architecture, Reference architecture, Empirical research and Software quality. Software architecture recovery is the focus of his Reference architecture research.
His Software research includes themes of Taxonomy, Human–computer interaction and Source code. His Software development process research incorporates elements of Reliability engineering, Social issues and Software metric. His study focuses on the intersection of Software evolution and fields such as Software maintenance with connections in the field of Code.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software engineering, Software development, Software, Systems engineering and Software system. Dewayne E. Perry has researched Software engineering in several fields, including Architectural pattern, Resource-oriented architecture, Software evolution, Software development process and Software architecture. His Software research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Empirical research and Source code.
Dewayne E. Perry merges Systems engineering with Work in process in his study. His work deals with themes such as Database-centric architecture and Architecture tradeoff analysis method, which intersect with Software architecture description. His Reference architecture study combines topics in areas such as Applications architecture and Enterprise architecture framework.
Dewayne E. Perry spends much of his time researching Software engineering, Software development, Architectural pattern, Software architecture and Software. His Software engineering study incorporates themes from Software design, Resource-oriented architecture, Software system, Software agent and Systems engineering. The concepts of his Resource-oriented architecture study are interwoven with issues in Software architecture description, Applications architecture, Multilayered architecture, Reference architecture and Artifact.
His Software development research incorporates themes from Engineering management and Knowledge management. His work deals with themes such as Exploit, Semantics and Requirements engineering, which intersect with Software architecture. His research in the fields of Software versioning overlaps with other disciplines such as Basis.
Software engineering, Software development, Information retrieval, Architectural pattern and Software quality are his primary areas of study. His research investigates the link between Software engineering and topics such as Software system that cross with problems in Calculus. His study in Software construction and Social software engineering falls within the category of Software development.
His research in Information retrieval intersects with topics in Java, Software regression, Software, Natural language and Non-regression testing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Software architecture, Documentation, Architecture framework and Resource-oriented architecture. His studies in Software architecture integrate themes in fields like Systems architecture, Project management, Systems engineering and Architectural technology.
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Foundations for the study of software architecture
Dewayne E. Perry;Alexander L. Wolf.
ACM Sigsoft Software Engineering Notes (1992)
Metrics and laws of software evolution-the nineties view
M.M. Lehman;J.F. Ramil;P.D. Wernick;D.E. Perry.
ieee international software metrics symposium (1997)
Introduction to the Special Issue on Software Architecture
David Garlan;Dewayne E. Perry.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1995)
The geography of coordination: dealing with distance in R&D work
Rebecca E. Grinter;James D. Herbsleb;Dewayne E. Perry.
international conference on supporting group work (1999)
Empirical studies of software engineering: a roadmap
Dewayne E. Perry;Adam A. Porter;Lawrence G. Votta.
international conference on software engineering (2000)
People, organizations, and process improvement
D.E. Perry;N.A. Staudenmayer;L.G. Votta.
IEEE Software (1994)
Improving bug localization using structured information retrieval
Ripon K. Saha;Matthew Lease;Sarfraz Khurshid;Dewayne E. Perry.
automated software engineering (2013)
Adequate testing and object-oriented programming
D. E. Perry;G. E. Kaiser.
Journal of Object-oriented Programming (1990)
Parallel changes in large-scale software development: an observational case study
Dewayne E. Perry;Harvey P. Siy;Lawrence G. Votta.
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (2001)
Implications of evolution metrics on software maintenance
M.M. Lehman;D.E. Perry;J.F. Ramil.
international conference on software maintenance (1998)
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