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Do process-centred environments deserve process-centred tools?

Emmerich, W.; Finkelstein, A.; (1996) Do process-centred environments deserve process-centred tools? In: Montagnero, C., (ed.) Software Process Technology, Proceedings of the 5th European Workshop. (pp. pp. 75-81). Springer Verlag Green open access

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Abstract

Process-centred software development environments integrate a process engine, which enacts a process program, with tools that automate particular tasks or provide facilities for document production. Previous papers in this workshop series have focussed on process automation from a process programming point of view and have discussed language primitives and techniques for their enactment. They assumed implicitly that off-the-shelf tools were to be integrated into these environments. The degree of support that can be achieved, however, is limited by the integration facilities offered by these tools. We consider the problem from a different point of view and investigate the implications of fine-grain process support for tool construction.

Type: Proceedings paper
Title: Do process-centred environments deserve process-centred tools?
Open access status: An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
Language: English
URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/946
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