Michaela Tiessler

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<b>Context:</b> Software processes have become inherently complex to cope with the various situations we face in industrial project environments. In response to this problem, the research area of Method Engineering arose in the 1990s aiming at the systematization of process construction. <b>Objective:</b> Although the research area has gained much attention(More)
SUMMARY Software processes have become inherently complex to cope with the various situations we face in project environments. In response, the research area of method engineering arose in the 1990s aiming at the systematization of process construction and application. Although the research area has gained much attention and offered a plethora of(More)
Background: The sensitivity of Requirements Engineering (RE) to the context makes it difficult to efficiently control problems therein, thus, hampering an effective risk management devoted to allow for early corrective or even preventive measures. Problem: There is still little empirical knowledge about context-specific RE phenomena which would be necessary(More)
Method engineering is a research area that addresses the need for the construction and the flexible and situation-specific composition of methods. Our research objective is to develop a Method Engineering Metamodel that serves software process improvement & management in all it facets. The report at hands documents two years of method engineering research.(More)
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