Software process improvement has become essential for striving at satisfying the needs of customers and requeriments of markets reagrding the quality of software products. To improve software processes in a systematic and structures way, also called process maturity some models have been developed, e.g. CMMI. CMMI specifies key process areas (KPA5) on different levels of maturity. To grow in maturity, software companies should implement theses KPAs. For assess KPAs in a quantitative way, data should be collected from that process, preferably on the basis of already existing and used software engineering tools. Previous research showed that particular configuration management can collect data from software processes, the called software process mining. The objective of this project is to investigate literature on tool support in particular CMMI KPAs to find out whether there are tools that could be supported by process mining.
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