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Software process tailoring using Situational Method Engineering based on criteria of quality improvement

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3 Author(s)
Miguel A. B. Brasil ; Laboratório de Computação Aplicada - LaCA, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil ; Guilherme V. Pereira ; Lisandra M. Fontoura

There is not an appropriate process for all software projects. Models such as CMMI, ISO/IEC 15504 and MPS.BR propose the process tailoring to meet the project specific needs. Situational Method Engineering (SME) focuses to construct a specific software process for each project according to the situational at hand from method fragments. This paper proposes a set of method fragments created using SME concepts, which describe actions to implement quality goals recommended by CMMI. These fragments can be used in process tailoring, inserting the activities described in these to create software processes adhering to quality goals of the CMMI.

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Informatica (CLEI), 2012 XXXVIII Conferencia Latinoamericana En

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1-5 Oct. 2012