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Identification

Role

Definitions/Uses

1998
Reference /Derniame, 1998/ Software Process: principles, methodology and technology
Definition/
Use
The set of responsabilities governing the behaviour and skills expected of an agent of the organisation.
Rationales Process Designer
Process Model Manager
Process Technology Provider
1997
Reference /VM 1997/ V-Model 97, Lifecycle Process Model.
Definition/
Use
A function in which a user carries out a certain activity.
Note: By determining roles the independence of the V-Model from organizational and project-oriented marginal conditions is achieved. The allocation of organizational units and persons to certain roles is done at the beginning of a project.
1993 - a
Reference /Feiler, 1993/
Definition/
Use
The responsibility for enacting a process or subprocess definition.
1993 - b
Reference /Lonchamp, 1993/
Definition/
Use
A set of permissions and obligations /Dowson, 1991b/ associated to a functional objective.
Rationales Process Model Engineer
Process Model Manager
Process Model Performer
Process Technology Supplier

Related terms in the glossary

Agent
Role Model

Other Languages

German: Rolle

See also

Part 3 V-Model: Concept of Roles in the V-Model

Publications on this area

Process Roles

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