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Using generic method chunks to generate process models fragments

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2 Author(s)
C. Rolland ; Paris I Univ., France ; V. Plihon

The need for process models which are easy to construct, adapt and change is acknowledged by both the information system community and the software engineering community. Our contribution to this problem is the definition of a systematic way by which fragments of process models can be generated by reusing method knowledge acquired in previous projects. We propose a method for generating methods i.e. a meta method. The meta method uses method construction patterns that are named method chunks. The paper presents the meta method, illustrates its use for the construction of requirements engineering centred methods and gives details of some method chunks necessary to support this construction

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Requirements Engineering, 1996., Proceedings of the Second International Conference on

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15-18 Apr 1996