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A Framework for Adaptive Process Modeling and Execution (FAME)

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A Framework for Adaptive Process Modeling and Execution (FAME)
This paper describes the architecture and concept of operation of a Framework for Adaptive Process Modeling and Execution (FAME). The research addresses the absence of robust methods for supporting the software process management life cycle. FAME employs a novel, model-based approach in providing automated support for different activities in the software development life cycle including project definition, process design, process analysis, process enactment, process execution status monitoring, and execution status-triggered process redesign. FAME applications extend beyond the software development domain to areas such as agile manufacturing, project management, logistics planning, and business process reengineering.
Perakath C. Benjamin, Madhav Erraguntla, Richard J
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where WETICE
Authors Perakath C. Benjamin, Madhav Erraguntla, Richard J. Mayer, Michael K. Painter, Charles Marshall
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