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Identification

Generic Process Model

Also as

Generic Process

Definitions/Uses

2000
Reference /Wang Y., 2000/ Software Engineering Processes: Principles and Applications
Definition/
Use
A generic model of the software development organization is a high-level process model of an organization which is designed to regulate the functionality and interactions between the roles of developers, managers, and customers by a software engineering process system.
1998
Reference /Derniame, 1998/ Software Process: principles, methodology and technology
Definition/
Use
A model of the process which can be customised into several different instances. It provides organisations with general guidelines on software development. Classical life-cycle formalisations are examples of generic process models.
1993
Reference /Lonchamp, 1993/ A Structured Conceptual and Terminological Framework for Software Process Engineering
Definition/
Use
A very abstract process model which can be used in many similar projects and organizations, sharing common properties and characteristics.

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