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Record number 505885
Title Systematic approach for mapping software development methods to the essence framework
Author(s) Giray, Görkem; Tüzün, Eray; Tekinerdogan, Bedir; Macit, Yagup
Source In: Proceedings - 5th International Workshop on Theory-Oriented Software Engineering, TOSE 2016. - ACM - ISBN 9781450341745 - p. 26 - 32.
Event 5th International Workshop on Theory-Oriented Software Engineering, TOSE 2016, Austin, 2016-05-15
DOI https://doi.org/10.1145/2897134.2897139
Department(s) Information Technology
WASS
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) Essence framework - Nexus framework - Software development method
Abstract

The Essence framework has been recently defined as a basis for modeling various kinds of software development methods. The framework includes the necessary concepts to instantiate the software development methods. In this way a new method can be better understood, learned and compared with other methods. In practice, it is not straightforward to model a given software development method using the Essence framework. In this paper we provide a systematic approach for mapping methods to the elements of the Essence framework. To illustrate our approach, we use the mapping of the Nexus, a scaled agile approach, to the Essence framework. We report on the lessons learned and provide our conclusions.

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