Fritz Stallinger

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The EU-funded project OOSPICE (IST-1999-29073) is based on Component-Based Software Engineering principles. It provides a connection between processes and process engineering, on the one hand, and process capability assessment on the other. Here, following a synopsis of the necessary mappings between differing terminologies and an outline of the OOSPICE(More)
Industrial engineering can be regarded as a specialization of systems engineering. It deals with the engineering of industrial solutions, e.g. power plants or airport logistics systems. In today's competitive environment, the industrial solutions business faces high cost and productivity pressure, increasing complexity, and highly demanding customers.(More)
Software Process Improvement is generally regarded a key to economic success by increasing the quality of software systems, accelerating time-to-market and decreasing development costs. Component-based software engineering, as an emerging development paradigm, targets very similar goals by focusing on the assembly of software systems from components and(More)
As software is increasingly developed as part of an overall, often multidisciplinary system, traditional engineering approaches often reach their limits when faced with increasing complexity, variability, requirements, or cost and productivity pressure. Generally, reuse and product-orientation are considered promising approaches to tackle such challenges,(More)
In this paper we identify key challenges a medium-sized software organization is facing in migrating towards Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE). The software engineering context of the company is characterized by a two-fold access to the market - core customer driven product enhancement and product development for a broader, anonymous market - and the(More)
Industrial engineering as a specialization of systems engineering inherently has mechatronic character. The seamless integration of engineering activities across engineering disciplines and throughout the overall engineering life cycle is a key element for achieving optimal technical as well as economic results and has to be supported by adequate(More)