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This guidebook describes how process engineering helps to produce the right development process for an organization and/or project and shows how the Evolutionary Spiral Process (ESP) model can be extended to support process engineering steps. A development process is the set of steps, or activities, for developing a software product and its supporting products. Process engineering refers to the specific actions that attempt to generate a quality software development process, given organizational and/or project-unique process drivers.
The guidebook offers expanded, though not yet complete, process engineering guidance at both the organizational and project levels. Information in this guidebook is at a first level of maturity; that is, it synthesizes the results of initial research and theory and will be matured in future versions as the material is taught and used, lessons are learned, and the concepts evolved. In addition, these initial concepts will be further elaborated as confidence in the foundation material increases.
This version of the guidebook covers the following topics:
1.0.6 1 June 94 Initial release to the PAL
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