PRIMIUM - Process Innovation for Enterprise Software

Heinzl, Armin and Dadam, Peter and Kirn, Stefan and Lockemann, Peter, eds. (2009) PRIMIUM - Process Innovation for Enterprise Software. Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI), P-151 . Koellen-Verlag, Bonn. ISBN 978-3 88579-245-1

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This book provides a compilation of the key outcomes of the four year work of the PRIMIUM research network. It is organized along three sections. The first section deals with the better and faster specification of enterprise software. Only if the clients are better integrated in the requirements engineering phase, more specific and better software is likely to result. Thus, open proposal techniques, the alignment of software specifications with business objectives as well as privacy definition elements will be included. The second section focuses on the software development process itself. Contemporary archi-tecture principles, integrated ontologies, automated workflows, traceability in model-driven architectures and current testing practices are the major elements of this part of the book. The third and final section highlights boundary crossing elements of the soft-ware development process. Collaborative requirements engineering, end-to-end trace-ability and rationale management, and partnership networks in the software industry are the presented topics.

Item Type:Book
Subjects:DBIS Research > Publications
ID Code:621
Deposited By: Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert
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