A case study of integration of a software process management system with software engineering environments for process monitoring and management
The authors aim at constructing an integrated software project management system. They have thus far considered a framework to support schedule management of the whole project based on coarse-grained processes. However, a coarse-grained process is often composed of more fine-grained processes. Progress of a coarse-grained process can be often grasped as an accumulation of progress of more fine-grained processes. This paper clarifies a framework to support different granularity of processes integratedly and to manage processes of the whole project.
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