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Behavioral View (Process)  

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Identification

Behavioral View (Process)

Definitions/Uses

1992
Reference /Curtis, 1992/ Process Modelling
Definition/
Use
Behavioral view represents when process elements are performed (e.g., sequencing), as well as aspects of how they are performed through feedback loops, iteraction, complex decision-making conditions, entry and exit criteria, and so forth.
1991
Reference /Madhavji, 1991/ The process cycle
Definition/
Use
Behavioral approach: a formalism for describing the abstractions of software creation and evolution activities, with a focus on the effects which the activities produce, rather than the specific procedures used to produce those effects.

See also

Process Model Views/Submodels (taxonomy)

Publications on this area

Behavioral approach
View-based

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