Software processes support the construction of high-quality software products. Software processes defines the sequence of steps along the project course. In common industry a wide range of different software processes exist, which focus on individual project requirement (e.g., application domain, project type, size). Nevertheless, these common software processes must be adjusted to be applicable to individual project needs (customization & tailoring). Processes define the sequence of steps what have to be done when. A missing link is the support of suitable methods which support engineers in constructing the product (how the product should be developed).
The talk introduces a concept for a method tailoring approach which enables tailoring of a common software process (based on the V-Modell XT) and the selection of an appropriate method set for project application.
- Professionelle Softwareentwicklung sichert Standortvorteile (Georg Schmid, Bayrisches Staatsministerium des Inneren)
- On Models and Ontologies – or what you always wanted to know about Model-Driven Engineering (Gerti Kappel, TU Vienna)
- Erfolg reproduzierbar machen (Reinhold E. Achatz, Siemens)
Dietmar Winkler (edited by Alexander Schatten)