Why a Good Process Fail. Experience in Building a Sustainable and Effective Process for Software Development

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Authors:

Mensely Cheah Siow Fhang and Wong Wao Tong 

 

Abstract:

Considering a process as important as a software product is the first step towards establishing a robust and sustainable process for software development. Understanding the Non-Functional (characteristics) aspects of a process, capturing the properties andconstraints under which a process must operate, and applying the knowledge and principle of implementing Non-Functional requirement in software development creates a process that is functional and sustainable. This paper examines how to effectively incorporate elements and standards for modellingproduct quality and adapting it for improving a process quality framework, which is practical for use by projects. The authors explore suggested models and case studies that contribute to forming a process that iswidely acceptable by users and process stakeholders. This paper is extending and coupling a Characteristic-based Process Engineering Model and the approach of FMEA, synthesizing both the approaches towards establishing and institutionalizing processes forsoftware development.

 

Source:

ICSA 2018 International Conference on Software and Computer Application, Universiti Pahang Malaysia, Pahang.

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