Process Models in Software Engineering

@inproceedings{Scacchi2001ProcessMI,
  title={Process Models in Software Engineering},
  author={Walt Scacchi},
  year={2001}
}
Software systems come and go through a series of passages that account for their inception, initial development, productive operation, upkeep, and retirement from one generation to another. This article categorizes and examines a number of methods for describing or modeling how software systems are developed. It begins with background and definitions of traditional software life cycle models that dominate most textbook discussions and current software development practices. This is followed by… CONTINUE READING
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