Dealing with Deviations on Software Process Enactment : Comparison Framework

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Topic: Software
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Software development is a collective and complex task carried out through the cooperation of human agents and automated tools, this interaction defines the software process. PSEE (Process-centered Software Engineering Environment) are environments designed to support the creation and exploitation of software process models that define the expected behaviors of process agents. However, human agents may deviate from the process model; therefore, the PSEE should be flexible enough to cope with these unexpected actions. This paper deals with the problem of deviation during software process enactment; it gives an overview of significant research works that have been proposed to support deviations in the context of software process execution.

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