A metamodel-based approach for customizing and assessing agile methods

Titre traduit de la contribution: Une approche d'adaptation et d'évaluation des méthodes agiles basée sur les modèles

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Résumé

In today’s dynamic market environments,
producing high quality software rapidly and efficiently is
crucial. In order to allow fast and reliable development
processes, several agile methodologies have been designed
and are now quite popular. Although existing agile
methodologies are abundant, companies are increasingly
interested in the construction of their own customized
methods to fit their specific environment.
In this paper, we investigate how agile methods can be
constructed in-house to address specific software process
needs. First, we examine a case study focusing on the
tailoring of two agile methodologies, XP and Scrum.
Then, we focus on the high-level scope of any agile method
customization and investigate an approach based on the
Situational Method Engineering (SME) paradigm that
includes measurement concepts for constructing context
specific agile methodologies. We also examine several
existing metamodels proposed for use in SME.
Finally, we introduce an agile metamodel designed to
support the construction of agile methods and relying on
measurements to provide guidance to agile methodologists during the construction phase and throughout the
development process itself.
Titre traduit de la contributionUne approche d'adaptation et d'évaluation des méthodes agiles basée sur les modèles
langue originaleAnglais
Nombre de pages9
Etat de la publicationPublié - 2012
Evénement8th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications - Lisbon, Portugal
Durée: 3 sept. 20126 sept. 2012

Comité scientifique

Comité scientifique8th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications
PaysPortugal
La villeLisbon
période3/09/126/09/12

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