Process Modeling in-the-large with SLANG

@inproceedings{Bandinelli1993ProcessMI,
  title={Process Modeling in-the-large with SLANG},
  author={Sergio Bandinelli and Alfonso Fuggetta and Sandro Grigolli and Sergio Bandinelliy and Alfonso Fuggettaz and Sandro Grigolli CEFRIELxand},
  year={1993}
}
This paper discusses some features provided by the SPADE environment to support the deenition, analysis and enactment of large and evolving software process models. In particular, we introduce the concept of activity, which allows the process designer to create and hierarchically aggregate fragments of process speciications. We then provide an execution model for activities and propose diierent alternatives for activity execution. Finally, we discuss the impact that the activity concept has on… CONTINUE READING

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