Evolving a Software Configuration Management Ontology

Lucas de Oliveira ArantesRicardo de Almeida Falbo: Giancarlo Guizzardi

Software Configuration Management (SCM) can be defined as the control of the evolution of complex software systems. It is a supporting software life cycle process that benefits several activities of the software process. SCM proved to be one of the most successful software engineering technologies, and there are many tools available to support it. In spite of that, SCM has some challenges to face. One of them is the limited capability of SCM tools to interoperate. In this paper, we present an evolution of a SCM Ontology that can be used as a reference model for understanding this domain and also to build an infrastructure to allow semantic interoperability between SCM tools and other software engineering tools.

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