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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Jacky Estublier
    Pages 1-1
  3. Vincenzo Ambriola, Giovanni A. Cignoni, Carlo Montangero
    Pages 2-14
  4. S. Bandinelli, M. Braga, A. Fuggetta, L. Lavazza
    Pages 15-30
  5. Mike Anderson, Phil Griffiths
    Pages 31-34
  6. Mario Baldi, Silvano Gai, Maria Letizia Jaccheri, Patricia Lago
    Pages 35-37
  7. Reidar Conradi
    Pages 38-39
  8. Jin Sa, Brian C. Warboys
    Pages 40-58
  9. Tom Rodden, Val King, John Hughes, Ian Sommerville
    Pages 59-64
  10. Keith Phalp, Martin Shepperd
    Pages 65-68
  11. Gerald Junkermann, Wilhelm Schäfer
    Pages 69-73
  12. Jean Claude Derniame
    Pages 74-74
  13. George T. Heineman
    Pages 75-89
  14. Mark Dowson, Christer Fernström
    Pages 90-106
  15. Dewayne E. Perry
    Pages 107-113
  16. Ian Sommerville, Simon Monk
    Pages 114-118
  17. Gerhard Chroust
    Pages 119-122
  18. Martin Verlage
    Pages 123-126
  19. Alfonso Fuggetta
    Pages 127-127
  20. Gregor Engels, Luuk Groenewegen
    Pages 128-151
  21. Neil Berrington, David De Roure, R. Mark Greenwood, Peter Henderson
    Pages 152-162
  22. Gernot Starke
    Pages 163-166
  23. R. Mark Greenwood
    Pages 167-170
  24. Joachim Tankoano, Jean-Claude Derniame, Ali B. Kaba
    Pages 177-185
  25. Ian Sommerville
    Pages 186-186
  26. V. Ambriola, R. Di Meglio, V. Gervasi, B. Mercurio
    Pages 207-226
  27. Jean-Marc Aumaitre, Mark Dowson, Del-Raj Harjani
    Pages 227-239
  28. Bernd Krämer, Burhan Dinler
    Pages 240-248
  29. Vincenzo Ambriola
    Pages 249-249
  30. Reidar Conradi, Geir Magne HØydalsvik, Guttorm Sindre
    Pages 254-260
  31. Jacky Estublier
    Pages 270-274
  32. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

The software process is the total set of software engineering activities necessary to develop and maintain software products. Software process technology (SPT) deals with methods, formalisms, and tools for supporting the software process. SPT has developed into a key technology in terms of its importance to software engineering environments, systems integration, cooperative working, and business process re-engineering. This volume contains the proceedings of the third European Workshop on Software Process Technology. It is organized into six parts: architecture, meta-process and methodology, process modeling concepts, PML concepts and paradigms, experiences with SPT, and related domains.

Keywords

Software Engineering Software Life Cycle Software Management Software Process Software Process Technology Softwareengineering Softwarelebenszyklus Softwaremanagement Softwareprozeß Softwareprozeßtechnologie design model modeling object programming

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-57739-4
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1994
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-57739-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48326-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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