Dynamic systems development:Towards continuity, growth and evolution

Dalcher, Darren (2003) Dynamic systems development:Towards continuity, growth and evolution. In: Procs of 10th IEEE Int Conf and Workshop on the Engineering of Computer-Based Systems. IEEE COMPUTER SOC, pp. 62-71. ISBN 0769519172

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Abstract

The dynamic nature of knowledge and software evolution and usage present a pervasive challenge to system developers. Discrete attempts to create such systems often lead to a mismatch between system, expectation and a changing reality. The rationale for a Dynamic Feedback Model stems from the need to focus on a continuous and long-term perspective of development and growth in change-intensive environments. This paper makes the case for a learning and knowledge-driven view of software development and presents such a model in a way that accounts for the long-term survival, growth and evolution of software-intensive systems.

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