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Conceptual Content Management for Software Engineering Processes

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Conceptual Content Management for Software Engineering Processes
A major application area of information systems technology and multimedia content management is that of support systems for engineering processes. This includes the particularly important area of software engineering. Effective support of software engineering processes requires large amounts of content (texts, diagrams, code, data, executables etc.) from different conceptual domains. The term “software crisis” disappeared gradually when content modelling and management addressed domains from application analysis and system design in addition to the sheer computational code domain. In this paper we introduce an innovative conceptual content model and apply it in support of software engineering processes and their artefacts. We base our approach on the core model of the computational domain stracts computational content (bodies of function code) by the computational concept of signatures (lists of typed function parameters). We generalise this functional abstraction model beyond th...
Sebastian Bossung, Hans-Werner Sehring, Michael Sk
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ADBIS
Authors Sebastian Bossung, Hans-Werner Sehring, Michael Skusa, Joachim W. Schmidt
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