Introduction

  • Jürgen Münch
  • Ove Armbrust
  • Martin Kowalczyk
  • Martín Soto
Chapter
Part of the The Fraunhofer IESE Series on Software and Systems Engineering book series (SSENG)

Abstract

This chapter motivates the need for defining and managing software process models. Basic concepts and terminology are presented. Figure 1.1 displays the chapter structure.

Keywords

Software Development Software Engineering Software Process Process Definition Global Software Development 
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  • Jürgen Münch
    • Ove Armbrust
      • Martin Kowalczyk
        • Martín Soto

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