|Reference||/Madhavji, 1991/ The process cycle
The process cycle is a concise and integrated view of engineering, management, performance and improvement of software processes. The process cycle, bounded by the sectors A, B and C, defines de scope of the total set of process steps necessary for the development and evolution of software processes.
In addition, the cycle defines the key roles played by human beings, categories of tools used, goals and policies governing the processes, and inter-relationships and feedback among the different roles. The feed-front and feedback links across the three sectors complete a cycle of process engineering, management, performance and improvement: hence, the name process cycle.
Sector A: engineering process models
Sector B: managing software processes
Sector C: performing software processes
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