1997 - ACM Fellow For contributions to empirical software engineering.
1990 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to software quality and productivity.
Victor R. Basili mainly investigates Software engineering, Software development, Software, Software metric and Software development process. The study incorporates disciplines such as Software measurement, Software quality, Software system, Systems engineering and Social software engineering in addition to Software engineering. His study in Software development focuses on Software construction, Personal software process, Goal-Driven Software Development Process, Resource-oriented architecture and Software Engineering Process Group.
His Software research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computer programming and Project management. His Software metric study incorporates themes from Halstead complexity measures, Theoretical computer science, GQM, System testing and Empirical research. His research investigates the link between Software development process and topics such as Software maintenance that cross with problems in Long-term support.
Victor R. Basili mostly deals with Software engineering, Software development, Software, Systems engineering and Software construction. Victor R. Basili combines subjects such as Software system, Software quality, Software metric, Software development process and Process with his study of Software engineering. His Software metric study combines topics in areas such as Software measurement and GQM.
Personal software process, Social software engineering, Package development process, Software peer review and Software Engineering Process Group are among the areas of Software development where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. Victor R. Basili has included themes like Software deployment, Software analytics, Resource-oriented architecture, Empirical process and Software walkthrough in his Personal software process study. His Software research focuses on Empirical research and how it connects with Domain and Data science.
His primary areas of investigation include Software, Software engineering, GQM, Software development and Process management. His Software research includes elements of Class, Artificial neural network, Systems engineering, System safety and Hazard analysis. Many of his research projects under Software engineering are closely connected to Institution with Institution, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Software development is represented through his Software quality control, Software construction, Personal software process, Social software engineering and Software development process research. His work in Personal software process covers topics such as Software analytics which are related to areas like Software walkthrough and Software peer review. His research investigates the connection with Knowledge management and areas like Software metric which intersect with concerns in Data science.
Victor R. Basili focuses on Software engineering, Software, Software development, GQM and Process. The concepts of his Software engineering study are interwoven with issues in Variety, Software system, Knowledge sharing and Replication. His research integrates issues of Class, Context and Simula in his study of Software.
Software development is a component of his Personal software process and Software development process studies. His Personal software process research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Software project management, Software deployment, Software analytics and Social software engineering. His GQM research incorporates elements of Project management, Management science, Knowledge management and Process management.
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A validation of object-oriented design metrics as quality indicators
V.R. Basili;L.C. Briand;W.L. Melo.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1996)
The Goal Question Metric Approach
Victor R. Basili;Gianluigi Caldiera;H. Dieter Rombach.
The TAME project: towards improvement-oriented software environments
V.R. Basili;H.D. Rombach.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1988)
Iterative and incremental developments. a brief history
C. Larman;V.R. Basili.
IEEE Computer (2003)
A Methodology for Collecting Valid Software Engineering Data
Victor R. Basili;David M. Weiss.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1984)
Top 10 list [software development]
B. Boehm;V.R. Basili.
IEEE Computer (2001)
Building knowledge through families of experiments
V.R. Basili;F. Shull;F. Lanubile.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1999)
Property-based software engineering measurement
L.C. Briand;S. Morasca;V.R. Basili.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1996)
Experimentation in software engineering
V. R. Basili;R. W. Selby;D. H. Hutchens.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1986)
Software errors and complexity: an empirical investigation0
Victor R. Basili;Barry T. Perricone.
Communications of The ACM (1984)
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