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An Adaptable Generation Approach to Agenda Management

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An Adaptable Generation Approach to Agenda Management
As software engineering efforts move to more complex, distributed environments, coordinating the activities of people and tools becomes very important. While groupware systems address user level communication needs and distributed computing technologies address tool level communication needs, few attempts have been made to synthesize the common needs of both. This paper describes our attempt to do exactly that. We describe a framework for generating an agenda management system (AMS) from a specification of the system's requirements. The framework can support a variety of AMS requirements and produces a customized AMS that is appropriate for use by both humans and software tools. The framework and generated system support evolution in several ways, allowing existing systems to be extended as requirements change. We also describe our experiences using this approach to create an AMS that supports a process programming environment. KEYWORDS Agenda management, process programming, coo...
Eric K. McCall, Lori A. Clarke, Leon J. Osterweil
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where ICSE
Authors Eric K. McCall, Lori A. Clarke, Leon J. Osterweil
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