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Rule Based Approach  

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Identification

Rule Based Approach

Definitions/Uses

1991
Reference /Belkhatir, 1991a/ Adele 2: A Support to Large Software Development Process
Definition/
Use
In this approach, the knowledge about the activities and tasks of a generic software development process is explicitly modeled by production rules. The tools are integrated to the environment through the utilization of pre and postconditions over their inputs and outputs. The rules may be different depending on the implementation chosen by the system (backward and forward reasoning, static or dynamic planning, hierarchic and sequential/parallel planing). This approach is mainly used for high level tasks. This approach is employed by Marvel, Grapple, Agora PM /Bisiani, 1988/, Epos, Merlin and ALF. The Adele Tasks Manager pertains to this class of systems.

Related terms in the glossary

Process Modeling

Publications on this area

Rule-based process

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