publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Book . 2014

Situational Method Engineering

Stephan Kurpjuweit; Tobias Bucher; Robert Winter; Mario Klesse;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Country: Switzerland
Abstract
While previously available methodologies for software – like those published in the early days of object technology – claimed to be appropriate for every conceivable project, situational method engineering (SME) acknowledges that most projects typically have individual characteristics and situations. Thus, finding the most effective methodology for a particular project needs specific tailoring to that situation. Such a tailored software development methodology needs to take into account all the bits and pieces needed for an organization to develop software, including the software process, the input and output work products, the people involved, the languages use...
Subjects
free text keywords: Development Methodology, Domain Ontologies, ISO/IEC 24744, Meta-Modeling, MetaEdit+, Model Development, Software Development Methods, Software Process Engineering, Context factors, Knowledge management, business.industry, business, Method engineering, Metamodeling, Computer science, Project type, Process management, Situational ethics, ddc:330/650
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