Mohsen Asadi

Thesis Title: Methodology Engineering Process Patterns                        


The need for higher productivity of system engineering teams, as well as better quality of the artifacts produced, motivates the development of methods to adapt/compose/extend methodologies so that they fit the project situation at hand. This is known as Situational Methodology Engineering (SME). There are several methodology engineering approaches, namely Assembly-based, Extension-based, Paradigm-based and Hybrid, which provide techniques for constructing project-specific methodologies instead of looking for universally-applicable ones.

A process pattern describes a collection of general techniques, actions, and/or tasks for developing software systems. In my thesis, the goal is to extract Methodology Engineering process patterns in order to define a generic process model for Methodology Engineering.  

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   Email: mo_asadi [at] ce [dot] sharif [dot] edu