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PDF-Datei  Artifact-Based Software Process Improvement and Management: A Method Proposal

Conference Paper

Author:Marco Kuhrmann, Sarah Beecham
Conference:International Conference on Software and Systems Process (ICSSP)
Pages:165--169
Month:may
Publisher:ACM Press
Year:2014
Link:http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2600821.2600839
Abstract:When it comes to software process improvement (SPI), process engineers look for SPI methods to support process analysis, design, realization, deployment, and management. Al- though a number of different SPI methods and models exist, process engineers tend to view these as too generic, too large, or a poor fit for the organization in which SPI is conducted. A strategy to overcome these shortcomings is to concentrate on the artifacts, which precisely define the desired outcomes, rather than on specific methods. In this paper, we present the Artifact-based Software Process Improvement & Management (ArSPI) model that provides a unified perspective on SPI and company-wide software process management (SPM), the required key artifacts, and the life cycle models. ArSPI is shown to be of practical support to industry who called for a practical way to define the interfaces between SPI projects. This paper concludes with an example of how ArSPI paved the way for several organizations through applying the model in real-world SPI-projects.
 
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