Rethinking process guidance for selecting software components
Source of Publication
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002. This paper reports the results of ongoing research into compo-nent-based software engineering (CBSE) in the European banking sector as part of the EU-funded BANKSEC project. The importance of complex non-functional requirements such as dependability and security presents new challenges for CBSE. The paper presents BANKSEC’s vision of an integrated software tool that will provide process advice for component procurement teams who are tackling these new problems. The basis for this process guidance is a situation meta-model that enables the software tool to infer properties about the current status of the selection process and recommend process guidance relevant to this situation.
Commercial off-the-shelf, Banking sectors, Current status, Integrated software, Meta model, Non-functional requirements, Software component, Computer software
Maiden, N.; Kim, H.; and Ncube, Cornelius, "Rethinking process guidance for selecting software components" (2002). All Works. 2960.
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