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BPM in Software Processes
{ Fri, 2 May 2014, 14h00 }

By: Toacy Oliveira  [ show info ]

Software development organizations need to continuously comprehend and improve the software processes they use. A common manner to foster comprehension is through modelling, a technique that allows the representation of several interrelated concepts. Moreover, models and their associated model instances are subject to automatic reasoning, which can be used to detect inconsistencies. BPM (Business Process Management) is a known discipline in business that uses a common process specification language, BPMN (Business Process and Notation), associated with a set of tools to help process management, execution, analyzing and optimization. As a result using BPMN and BPM in the context of Software Development Process (SDP) can leverage on the BPMN’s infrastructure to improve SDP quality and comprehension. This presentation will discuss the expected benefits of using BPM in the context of Software Development and also introduce the infrastructure that is under development by our research team.


Hosted by: Software Systems

Location: DI seminars room

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