Process Line Configuration: an Indicator-based Guidance of the Intentional Model MAP

Abstract : Variability has proved to be a central concept in different engineering domains to develop solutions that can be easily adapted to different organizational settings and different sets of customers at a low price. The MAP formalism has a high level of variability as it is expressed in an intentional manner through goals and strategies. However, a high level of variability means a high number of variation points. A process customization is then required to offer a better guidance. The Product lines have appeared with this management of variability and customization. Furthermore, we propose the Process line concept to represent the processes that may be customized to a given project. Our goal is to enhance the Map guidance by specifying the MIG (Map Indicator-based Guidance) approach. We suggest several guidance approaches based on an indicators' typology. We illustrate our proposal with an example from the requirement engineering field.
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Rebecca Deneckere, Elena Kornyshova. Process Line Configuration: an Indicator-based Guidance of the Intentional Model MAP. Evaluation of Modeling Methods in Systems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD), Jun 2010, Hammamet, Tunisia. pp.327-339, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-13051-9_27⟩. ⟨hal-00662886⟩

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