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IEEE Software September/October 2008 (vol. 25 no. 5) ISSN: 0740-7459  

Table of Contents

Must Software Research Stand Divided? Hakan Erdogmus, National Research Council Canada pp. 4-6

How Do We Build Trust into E-commerce Web Sites? Ejike Ofuonye, pp. 7-9

The Biological Half-Life of Software Engineering Ideas Philippe Kruchtenpp. 10-11

Developing Flexible Software Using Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
Hisham Mubarak, Universit?t Stuttgart pp. 12-15

In or Out? J.B. Rainsberger, independent consultant pp. 16-17

Where's My Jetpack? Simon Helsen, SAPArthur Ryman, IBM's Rational Division pp. 18-21

Using Static Analysis to Find Bugs Nathaniel Ayewah, pp. 22-29

Automating Software Testing Using Program Analysis
Patrice Godefroid, Microsoft Research pp. 30-37

Refactoring Tools: Fitness for Purpose Emerson Murphy-Hill, pp. 38-44

Code Conjurer: Pulling Reusable Software out of Thin Air
Oliver Hummel, Perot Systems Germany pp. 45-52

Volta: Developing Distributed Applications by Recompiling Dragos Manolescu, Pp. 53-59

Tool Support for Continuous Quality Control Florian Deissenboeck, pp. 60-67

Theater Improvisers Know the Requirements Game
Martin Mahaux, Neil Maiden, City University, London pp. 68-69

Enabling Change Rebecca J. Wirfs-Brock, Wirfs-Brock Associates pp. 70-71

Consider Multiple Solutions Jeff Patton, independent consultant pp. 72-73

Achievements and Challenges in Cocomo-Based Software Resource Estimation
Barry W. Boehm, University of Southern California pp. 74-83

A Replicated Survey of IT Software Project Failures Khaled El Emam, pp. 84-90

Inventive Tool Use to Comprehend Big Code Sukanya Ratanotayanon, pp. 91-92

Nine Things You Can Do with Old Software Grady Booch, IBM pp. 93-94

Negative Productivity and What to Do about It Robert L. Glass, Griffith University pp. 96, 95