Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.

Lecture Notes in Informatics


Software Engineering 2009 P-150, 243-254 (2009).

Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn
2009


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Supporting software development teams with a semantic process- and artifact- oriented collaboration environment

Sebastian Weber , Andreas Emrich , Jörg Broschart , Eric Ras and Özgür Ünalan

Abstract


The focus of this paper is on how to support small software teams in tailoring and following organization-specific process models by using a lightweight and flexible approach to reduce the visible complexity of software projects. We introduce the SPACE (Semantic Processand Artifact-oriented Collaboration Environment) concept, which describes working processes and an associated approach. These models are integrated semantically, thereby enabling various kinds of analytic techniques, and thus making it easier to cope with the complexity of processes. Pre-defined templates can be configured to actual working processes and artifacts exchanged in such processes. In this paper, we adapt SPACE to the software engineering domain by using the domain-specific Software Organization Platform (SOP). In this context, the templates contain process and artifact descriptions of software process models, such as V-Model, RUP, or agile development.


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