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Integrating System Modeling with Project Management - A Case Study

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Integrating System Modeling with Project Management - A Case Study
In software engineering projects, there are two different types of modeling tools. On the one hand, there are tools to model the system under construction, i.e. tools for requirements or UML tools for design. On the other hand, there are tools to model the project itself such as project management tools, bug trackers, or tools to model the organizational structure. In typical software engineering projects, the artifacts managed using these two types of tools are not integrated with each other. This makes traceability, e.g. from a task to the according part of the specification, rather difficult. Furthermore, entities belonging to the system model, for instance requirements, have to be modeled redundantly in management tools if they are used for planning purposes. We also claim that specifications are more likely to be kept up-to-date if they are integrated with frequently visited views such as task lists. This paper presents a case study, in which the system under construction as well...
Jonas Helming, Jörn David, Maximilian Koegel,
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where COMPSAC
Authors Jonas Helming, Jörn David, Maximilian Koegel, Helmut Naughton
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