A Modular approach to software process modelling and enaction
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We present in this report PROMENADE, an approach for supporting software process modelling. PROMENADE integrates: UML in order to define the elements that are involved in the process; and precedence relationships, triggers and exceptions, to state the dynamic part, i.e., the ordering of the tasks to be executed during the process. The dynamic part yields a graph as the model of the process, with different types of edges that reflect some different kind of relationships between tasks. PROMENADE offers also some constructs aimed at supporting modularity at the process level, enhancing thus reuse, enlargement, combination and refinement of models. As a particular framework, we develop the examples of the report in the component programming field.
CitationFranch, X., Ribó, J. "A Modular approach to software process modelling and enaction". 1999.
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