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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th European Workshop on Software Process Technology, EWSPT '98, held in Weybridge, UK in September 1998. The 16 revised full papers presented were selected from more than 40 submissions; also included are 10 position papers. The volume covers all current aspects of software process technology taking into account both the academic point of view as well as the needs of the practitioners from industry.
Software process improvement in a small organization: Difficulties and suggestions.- Developing a customizable process modelling environment: Lessons learnt and future prospects.- A practical approach to software process modelling language engineering.- Fuzzy indicators for monitoring software processes.- User interfaces supporting the software process.- Improving cooperation support in the EPOS CM system.- Managing consistency in cooperating software processes.- Six theses on software process research.- Process technology implications of procurement processes: Some initial observations.- Requirements on software process technology from the viewpoint of commercial software development.- On project management scheduling where human resource is a critical variable.- Fuzzy dynamics in software project simulation and support.- Programming process coordination in Little-JIL.- Modelling the Federation of Process Sensitive Engineering Environments: Basic concepts and perspectives.- Instances and connectors: Issues for a second generation process language.- Issues on supporting distributed software processes.- A notation based on process product unification.- Assistance to develop indigenous software industry.- FEAST — Feedback, Evolution and Software Technology.- Formalization of the software process modelling language SOCCA.- JIL and Little-JIL process programming languages.- PCIS-II project: Process component infrastructure architecture specification.- Promoter 2 process modeling techniques.- Process instance evolution — PIE.