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The Team Software Process (TSP)

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Date Added to MERLOT: January 10, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: February 23, 2009
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Author: Watts S. Humphrey  Carnegie Mellon University.
Submitter :  Lehmann

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The Software Engineering Institute has developed the Team Software Process (TSP) to help integrated engineering teams more effectively develop software-intensive products. This process method addresses many of the current problems of developing software-intensive products and shows teams and their management explicitly how to... More

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Avatar for Lynn Roper
10 years ago

Lynn Roper (Student)

I spent about 30 minutes reading the information. It gives a brief overview of
TSP. It describes the four phases of TSP and its ojectives.
Used in course

Avatar for Lilly Tanthongsack
10 years ago

Lilly Tanthongsack (Student)

I think we will be using this process model for our class project. It has
proven it's a good process model.
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Avatar for Matt Smith
11 years ago

Matt Smith (Student)

This is a good, brief overview of the Team Software Process (TSP). The website
also provided links to additional information on the TSP which were also
informative.


I spent about 5-10 minutes reviewing this sites.

Technical Remarks:

The website was easy to use and navigate. It doesn't require any special
software or plug-ins.
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Avatar for   Lampman
11 years ago

Lampman (Student)

This is good reference of information from SEI on the extension of PSP as the
Team Software Process.
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