A concurrent process model of software development

A concurrent process model of software development,10.1145/181628.181637,ACM Sigsoft Software Engineering Notes,Alan M. Davis,Pradip Sitaram

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Most published software development models present software engineering as a series of discrete phases. They often capture the "inevitable intertwining" of pairs of phases and they often capture the need to return to earlier phases when new information is ascertained. However, in actual software development projects, activities typically associated with multiple phases are performed concurrently. This paper presents a new model of the software development process that effectively captures the concurrency among activities that is in berent in all non-trivial software development. Statecharts are used to present the model.
Journal: ACM Sigsoft Software Engineering Notes , vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 38-51, 1994
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