Author(s): C.W. Dawson & R.J. Dawsor
Software development paradigms currently used within industry are based on
established models of the software life cycle.
As technology has evolved and
become more accessible, more flexible approaches to the development of
software systems have been advocated.
Several new models have evolved over
the passed ten years based on more powerful software engineering tools and
more sophisticated development methodologies.
within this paper, provide a more flexible approach for managing and
controlling the software engineering process and are based on the integration of
several software development paradigms.
Allowing alternatives to be represented within one metamodel enables
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/SQM950022
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