Abstract: Method Engineering and Process Engineering are overlapping and complementary approches to methodical development of information and sofware systems, yet there is little research on their relationships. In this study, we aim at specifying how the traditions are related. The traditions can help each other to reshape and better understand themselves and each other. Consequently, this study aims at a more comprehensive and balanced view and contributes to the further integration of the traditions.
Reference: Koskinen, M. 2000. Comparing Two Traditions: Towards an Integrated View of Method Engineering and Process Engineering. MetaPHOR Research Group, Unpublished Articles, 7.9.2000. University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Available online: 2000-Report-2.pdf
Note: The article is an adapted extract from: Koskinen, M. (2000) Process Metamodelling: Conceptual Foundations and Application, see for details: http://minnaweb.net/publib/2000/36.