Towards automated support for method engineering with the OPEN approach

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Conference Proceeding
Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications, 2003, 7 pp. 691 - 696
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Method engineering is accomplished by selecting components from a repository and configuring the overall method(ology) or process. Using the Object-Oriented Process, Environment and Notation (or OPEN) Process Framework (OPF) as an example, we discuss how a set of deontic values, which assist in the configuration of pairs of process elements into a situational method, can be identified using a partially automated software "assistant" named OPENPC.
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