MDE Settings in SAP. A Descriptive Field Study (bibtex)
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Abstract:
MDE techniques are more and more used in praxis. However, there is still a lack of detailed reports about how different MDE techniques are integrated into the development and combined with each other. To learn more about such MDE settings, we performed a descriptive and exploratory field study with SAP, which is a worldwide operating company with around 50.000 employees and builds enterprise software applications. This technical report describes insights we got during this study. For example, we identified that MDE settings are subject to evolution. Finally, this report outlines directions for future research to provide practical advises for the application of MDE settings.
Reference:
MDE Settings in SAP. A Descriptive Field Study (Regina Hebig, Holger Giese), Technical report 58, Hasso-Plattner Institut at University of Potsdam, 2012.
Bibtex Entry:
@TechReport{Hebig&Giese2012,
AUTHOR = {Hebig, Regina and Giese, Holger},
TITLE = {{MDE Settings in SAP. A Descriptive Field Study}},
YEAR = {2012},
NUMBER = {58},
INSTITUTION = {Hasso-Plattner Institut at University of Potsdam},
ABSTRACT = {MDE techniques are more and more used in praxis. However, there is still a lack of detailed reports about how different MDE techniques are integrated into the development and combined with each other. To learn more about such MDE settings, we performed a descriptive and exploratory field study with SAP, which is a worldwide operating company with around 50.000 employees and builds enterprise software applications. This technical report describes insights we got during this study. For example, we identified that MDE settings are subject to evolution.
Finally, this report outlines directions for future research to provide practical advises for the application of MDE settings.}
}
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