Applying a Test for Atomicity of Method Fragments

Rogers, B. and Henderson-Sellers, B.

    One aspect of the conceptual modelling of processes is their quality. Here, we examine one aspect of quality - atomicity - as evaluated for a number of method fragments. High quality fragments will increase the quality of software development process models by application of the tenets of situational method engineering. Here, we identify a number of fragments from a previously developed methodbase/repository as being potentially non-atomic and suggest possible revisions to increase their quality.
Cite as: Rogers, B. and Henderson-Sellers, B. (2014). Applying a Test for Atomicity of Method Fragments. In Proc. Asia-Pacific Conference on Conceptual Modelling (APCCM 2014) Auckland, New Zealand. CRPIT, 154. Grossmann, G. and Saeki, M. Eds., ACS. 49-54
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