Views of the SEMAT Initiative (Software Engineering Methods and Theory)
Dr. Paul Jorgensen, email@example.com
This report presents early conclusions about the SEMAT (Software Engineering Methods and Theory) Initiative. It was proposed in December 2009 by three internationally known experts: Ivar Jacobson, Bertrand Meyer, and Richard Soley. Much of the work of the core group is internet based, but there have been three meetings in 2010—in March, July, and September. There are 35 individual signatories, twelve corporate and academic signatories, and 1368 supporters (as of 29 Nov. 2010).
Franklin, Von; Hilliker, Oscar; Kahvic, Zoran; Kam, Andrew; VandenBerg, Bert; and VonMyhr, Gary, "Views of the SEMAT Initiative (Software Engineering Methods and Theory)" (2010). Technical Library. 162.