Assessing Collaborative Modeling Quality Based on Modeling Artifacts

@inproceedings{Ssebuggwawo2010AssessingCM,
  title={Assessing Collaborative Modeling Quality Based on Modeling Artifacts},
  author={Denis Ssebuggwawo and Stijn Hoppenbrouwers and Henderik Alex Proper},
  booktitle={EIS},
  year={2010}
}
Collaborative modeling uses and produces modeling artifacts whose quality can help us gauge the effectiveness and efficiency of the modeling process. Such artifacts include the modeling language, the modeling procedure, the products and the support tool or medium. To effectively assess the quality of any collaborative modeling process, the (inter-) dependencies of these artifacts and their effect on modeling process quality need to be analyzed. Although a number of research studies have… CONTINUE READING

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