Software Process Validation: Quantitatively Measuring the Correspondence of a Process to a Model

@article{Cook1999SoftwarePV,
  title={Software Process Validation: Quantitatively Measuring the Correspondence of a Process to a Model},
  author={Jonathan E. Cook and Alexander L. Wolf},
  journal={ACM Trans. Softw. Eng. Methodol.},
  year={1999},
  volume={8},
  pages={147-176}
}
To a great extent, the usefulness of a formal model of a software process lies in its ability to accurately predict the behavior of the executing process. Similarly, the usefulness of an executing process lies largely in its ability to fulfill the requirements embodied in a formal model of the process. When process models and process executions diverge, something significant is happening. We have developed techniques for uncovering and measuring the discrepancies between models and executions… CONTINUE READING
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