Knowledge-Based Software Process (Re)Engineering:
An experience report


This presentation can be found on the WWW at the URL:
http://www.usc.edu/dept/ATRIUM/Software_Process.html

Walt Scacchi, ATRIUM Laboratory, Information and Operations Management Dept., School of Business Administration, and Center for Software Engineering, University of Southern California. 213-740-4782, 213-740-8494 (fax) (Scacchi@gilligan.usc.edu).
Copyright © 1997 Walt Scacchi, The University of Southern California. All RIGHTS RESERVED.

Overview

A paper providing an overall description of this process engineering life cycle can be found at

http://cwis.usc.edu/dept/ATRIUM/Papers/Business_Process_Modeling.ps.


Software development into the 21st. Century

Return to Overview


Background and Definitions


Sources of Experiences Encountered


Meta-Modeling


Definition and Modeling


Analysis


Simulation:

Knowledge-Based Simulation
Discrete-Event Simulation

Visualization


Prototyping, Walkthrough, and Performance Support (Training On Demand)


Administration: Staffing and Scheduling


Integration: Data, Tool, User Interface


Target Support Environment Generation


Instantiation and Enactment


Monitoring and Measurement


Enactment History Capture and Replay


Articulation


Evolution: Continuous Improvement and Model Management


Conclusions


In-Progress Efforts

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This interactive presentation page is maintained by Walt Scacchi who can be reached at the e-mail address noted above. This page was last updated on 22 April 1997.