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Library of predefined software process models as support for software factory design: the SFINX proposal

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2 Author(s)
Bux, G. ; Tecnopolis Csata Novus Ortus, Bari, Italy ; Marzano, G.

The Esprit Project 1262 Software Factory Integration and Experimentation (SFINX) has focused on software process models and software factories and has developed a design method based on four interrelated activities: strategic planning, tool selection, process modeling, and data modeling. The SFINX experience in process modeling, which has resulted in a tool prototype, is considered. The SFINX prototype allows a library of predefined software process models (SPMs) to be managed by means of model specification, customization, and validation mechanisms

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Computer-Aided Software Engineering, 1992. Proceedings., Fifth International Workshop on

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6-10 Jul 1992