Enhancing the OPEN Process Framework with service-oriented method fragments
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- Gholami, M.F., Sharifi, M. & Jamshidi, P. Softw Syst Model (2014) 13: 361. doi:10.1007/s10270-011-0222-z
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Service orientation is a promising paradigm that enables the engineering of large-scale distributed software systems using rigorous software development processes. The existing problem is that every service-oriented software development project often requires a customized development process that provides specific service-oriented software engineering tasks in support of requirements unique to that project. To resolve this problem and allow situational method engineering, we have defined a set of method fragments in support of the engineering of the project-specific service-oriented software development processes. We have derived the proposed method fragments from the recurring features of 11 prominent service-oriented software development methodologies using a systematic mining approach. We have added these new fragments to the repository of OPEN Process Framework to make them available to software engineers as reusable fragments using this well-known method repository.
KeywordsService-oriented software development OPEN Process Framework OPF repository Method fragment Situational method engineering
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