Designing an economic-driven evaluation framework for process-oriented software technologies.
Mutschler, B. and Bumiller, J. and Reichert, M.U. (2006) Designing an economic-driven evaluation framework for process-oriented software technologies. In: Proceeding of the 28th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE'06), 20 - 28 May 2006, Shanghai, China.
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|Abstract:||During the last decade there has been a dramatic increase in the number of paradigms, standards and tools that can be used to realize process-oriented information systems. A major problem neglected in software engineering research so far has been the systematic determination of costs, benefits, and risks that are related to the use of these process-oriented software engineering methods and technologies. This task is quite difficult as the added value is influenced by many drivers. This paper sketches an economic-driven evaluation methodology to analyze costs, benefits, and risks of process-oriented software technologies and corresponding projects. We introduce an evaluation meta model and sketch a formalism to describe economic-driven evaluation scenarios.|
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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