Rationale modeling for software process evolution

  title={Rationale modeling for software process evolution},
  author={Alexis Ocampo and J{\"u}rgen M{\"u}nch},
  journal={Software Process: Improvement and Practice},
Evolving a software process without a retrospective on its evolution and, in consequence, without an appropriate understanding, can lead to important problems for a software development organization. Two examples of such problems are inefficient performance as a consequence of the arbitrary introduction of changes or difficulty in demonstrating compliance to a given standard. Capturing information on the rationale underlying process changes provides a means for better understanding process… CONTINUE READING


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