Author(s): M. Curtis & M. Anderson
There are two related approaches that can be taken in automating
quality control in software development.
One involves using a central
repository to model the structure of a project and the end product in
conjunction with an integrated toolset, and some form of configura-
tion management system, to ensure consistency between the different
views of a product that occur at different stages in the lifecycle.
other approach is to use a tool to model the processes involved and
then to use some enactment method that ensures progress is smooth
This paper will report on an experiment combining these two ap-
proaches, the eventual aim being to provide a complete environment
to support the planning, management and implementation of a wide
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/SQM940432
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