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Addressing complexity, coordination, and automation in software development with the KBSA/ADM

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1 Author(s)
K. M. Benner ; Center for Strategic Technol. Res., Andersen Consulting, Chicago, IL, USA

This paper describes how the Knowledge-Based Software Assistant/Advanced Development Model brings together technologies from the KBSE domain along with more traditional software engineering practices in order to address the pervasive software development problems associated with complexity coordination, and automation. This paper describes how the KBSA/ADM realizes and refines the vision of Rome Laboratory's Knowledge-Based Software Assistant research program. The most innovative aspects of this work have been in the areas of contextual knowledge (i.e., design history, discussion databases, and object linking), process support (i.e., personalized agendas and process enactment), evolution transformations (i.e., transformations which automate stereotypical changes to a model), and critics (i.e., integrating intelligent analysis with process enactment)

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Knowledge-Based Software Engineering Conference, 1996., Proceedings of the 11th

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25-28 Sep 1996