Author(s): R. Tolido
management and the systems
development life cycle
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The purpose of this paper is to describe certain aspects of modern systems
development life cycles -such as iterative development, re-use and
participatory design- and the way process modelling techniques can be
applied to them.
This leads to a definition and description of enactment
software based on such techniques.
Traditional 'paper based' approaches (possibly automated by tools)
to the systems development life cycle are proving to be inadequate to
structure and manage complex projects in which many people are involved,
changes occur very frequently and in which a lot of fine-grained, inter-
related activities need to be carried out, possibly in an iterative fashion.
appropriate method, covering project management, quality management and
development is essential.
Such a method is briefly described in this paper.
An assessment is ...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/SQM940172
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