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    SPELL - Process modeling language


    SPELL is the process modeling language of EPOS. SPELL has its roots in object oriented languages and databases, reflective systems, AI planning, and dataflow systems. SPELL types can be defined by a textual Prolog-based notation that is suitable for implementation, but not for the higher level phases such as elicitation. SPELL instances can be visualised in a graphic environment that gives support for process assessment.


    /Conradi, 1992b/ Design, Use, and Implementation of SPELL, a Language for Software Process Modeling and Evolution

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