An Investigation of Software Development Process Terminology

Michael Reiner, Paul M. Clarke, Antoni Lluís Mesquida, Damjan Ekert, Joseph J. Ekstrom, Tatjana Gornostaja, Milos Jovanovic, Jørn Johansen, Antònia Mas Picahaco, Richard Messnarz, Blanca Nájera Villar, Alexander O'Connor, Rory V. O'Connor, Gabriele Sauberer, Klaus-Dirk Schmitz, Murat Yilmaz

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Abstract

The practice of software development has evolved considerably in recent decades, with new programming technologies, the affordability of hardware, pervasive internet access and mobile computing all contributing to the emergence of new software development processes. The newer process initiatives, which include those which are sometimes referred to as agile or lean methods, have brought with them new terms, which sometimes reflect the introduction of novel concepts. Other times, new terms correspond to long established concepts that have been repackaged. The net position is that we have a proliferation of language and term usage in the software development process domain, a problem which has implications for assessors and assessment frameworks, and for the broader community. In this paper, we explore this problem, finding that it is worthy of further research. Plus, we identify a technique suited to addressing this concern: the establishment of a canonical software process ontological model.

OriginalspracheEnglisch
TitelSoftware Process Improvement and Capability Determination - 16th International Conference, SPICE 2016, Proceedings
Redakteure/-innenAlec Dorling, Rory V. O’Connor, Paul M. Clarke, Terry Rout
Herausgeber (Verlag)Springer
Seiten351-361
Seitenumfang11
Band609
ISBN (Print)9783319389790
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 12 Mai 2016

Publikationsreihe

NameCommunications in Computer and Information Science
Band609
ISSN (Print)1865-0929

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