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Adaptable Process Model
Document Preparation and Production

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process document preparation and production (DPP)

event trigger: work product is ready to be documented

U.5.1. Select an appropriate document outline;

case of degree of rigor {selected for the project}

  • degree of rigor = casual
  • use greatly abbreviated document outlines;

    eliminate content that is not absolutely essential;

  • degree of rigor = structured

  • use document outlines with only minor deletions;
  • degree of rigor = strict

  • use complete document outlines;
  • degree of rigor = quick reaction

  • postpone selection until quick reaction work is complete;
  • endcase

    repeat until (work product has been fully documented)

  • U.5.2 Identify information created during software engineering (CPF) tasks and required for the appropriate document;

    U.5.3 Develop additional document content;

    U.5.4 Construct the document using available templates;

    U.5.5 Review the completed document for correctness;

  • endrep

    end event

    endsubprocess document preparation and production (DPP)

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