Information systems are being used for more and more applications are becoming more complicated and expensive, while at the same hand todays software systems demand increasing tremendously for sophisticated software engineering processes. However, there are a multitude of different development processes and techniques that each have various advantages and disadvantages, some of which relate to the problem domain or the development context. Computer software development processes have to pass from many faces to complete the development. There are many ways to solve a single problem in software development. Sometimes, in Structural engineering, developer is not able to decide which process will suit to that particular problem or in other words we can say that selecting a good process is a big issue in Structural Process Software engineering. The solution of such kind of problem can be found in the work to be done, and the task to be performed by the Operational process rather than structure of a process. This paper introduces the notion of process operationality and proposes method architecture to represent this operationality. Thus, Structural Process Engineering (SPE) becomes Operational Process Engineering (OPE).
Samadhiya, Durgesh and Chang, Wen-Chih
"Computer Science Approach to Structural Meta Software Engineering and Operational Meta Software Engineering,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 09:
2, Article 40.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol09/iss2/40