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A new process modelling strategy (meta-model) called the object process model and an object process modelling environment (meta-environment) OPM, which allows one to design and build both software process models and software development environments that execute the software process models are discussed. An executing software process provides a working environment in which software designers can work in order to accomplish a wide variety of software development tasks. In OPM, software process models are described in an object-oriented process programming language called Galois and are executed by the Galois runtime system. OPM itself is written in Galois, and therefore is considered as a software process running on top of the Galois runtime system. Galois is syntactically a superset of C++. The authors present the object process model and show how software process models and software development environments can be designed in the process programming language Galois

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Software Engineering Journal  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 5 )