Author: June M. Verner

Publications

Publication period start: 1992
Publication period end: 2008
Number of co-authors: 14

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Karl A. Cox
3
Steven J. Bleistein
5
Narciso Cerpa
15

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Karl Cox
5
Steven J. Bleistein
6
Narciso Cerpa
69

Publications

Verner, June M., Evanco, William M., Cerpa, Narciso (2007): State of the practice: how important is effort estimation to software development success?. In Information and Software Technology, 49 (2) pp. 181-193.

Bleistein, Steven J., Cox, Karl, Verner, June M., Phalp, Keith (2006): Requirements engineering for e-business advantage. In Requir. Eng., 11 (1) pp. 4-16. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00766-005-0012-7

Procaccino, J. Drew, Verner, June M., Lorenzet, Steven J. (2006): Defining and contributing to software development success. In Communications of the ACM, 49 (8) pp. 79-83. https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/1145291

Cerpa, Narciso, Verner, June M. (1998): Case Study: The Effect of IS Maturity on Information Systems Strategic Planning. In Information and Management, 34 (4) pp. 199-208.

Verner, June M., Cerpa, Narciso (1997): Prototyping: Does your Perception Depend on Your Job?. In Journal of Systems and Software, 36 (1) pp. 3-16.

Cerpa, Narciso, Verner, June M. (1996): Prototyping: Some New Results. In Information and Software Technology, 38 (12) pp. 743-755.

Cerpa, Narciso, Verner, June M. (1996): Practitioners Views of Software Quality. In International Journal of Computing and Engineering Management, 4 (3) pp. 1-15.

Cerpa, Narciso, Verner, June M. (1994). Prototyping: Practitioners\' Views. City Polytechnic of Hong Kong

Verner, June M., Cerpa, Narciso, Jeffery, Ross (1992). The Software Process Maturity Model and its Application to Australia. Australian Software Metrics Association

Tate, Graham, Verner, June M., Jeffery, D. Ross (1992): CASE: A Testbed for Modeling Measurement and Management. In Communications of the ACM, 35 (4) pp. 65-72.

Verner, June M., Kitchenham, Barbara, Cerpa, Narciso (2007): Estimating project outcomes. In: Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications December 4-6, 2007, Paris, France.

Verner, June M., Cox, Karl A., Bleistein, Steven J. (2004): Requirements Engineering and Software Project Success: An Industrial Survey in Australia a. In: Australian Workshop on Requirements Engineering December, 2004, Adelaide, Australia.

Verner, June M., Cox, Karl A., Bleistein, Steven J., Cerpa, Narciso (2005): What requirements engineering practices are useful for predicting software project success. In: al, Benediktssson et (eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd SWDC-REK International Conference on Software Development May 27-June 1, 2005, Reykjavik, Iceland. pp. 117-128.

Verner, June M., Cerpa, Narciso (2005): Australian Software Development: What Software Project Management Practices Lead to Succes. In: Strooper, Paul (eds.) IEEE Proceedings of ASWEC March 29-31, 2005, Brisbane, Australia. pp. 70-77.

Verner, June M., Cerpa, Narciso (1997): The Effect of Department Size on Developer Attitudes to Prototyping. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering May, 1997, Boston, USA.

Verner, June M., Sampson, Jennifer, Cerpa, Narciso (2008): What factors lead to software project failure?. In: Second International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science June 3-6, 2008, Marrakech, Morocco. pp. 85-93.

Verner, June M., Cox, Karl, Bleistein, Steven J. (2006): Predicting good requirements for in-house development projects. In: Travassos, Guilherme Horta, Maldonado, José Carlos, Wohlin, Claes (eds.) ISESE 2006 - International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering September 21-22, 2006, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. pp. 154-163. https://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1159733.1159758

Cerpa, Narciso, Verner, June M. (1996): Information Systems Strategic Planning: A Longitudinal Case Study. In: Proceedings of the Second Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems August, 1996, Phoenix, USA.