University of Hildesheim
Software engineering provides a rich set of methods and tools that cover the entire engineering process. However, there still exist major problems in integrating methods that address single tasks and aspects only. This observation is in particular true for the interdependencies between business process modeling and software requirements engineering; respective methods originate from different though complementing areas, i.e., information systems and computer science. In this paper, the authors investigate the software engineering process from a method engineering perspective.