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A Commonsense Management Model
November/December 1991 (vol. 8 no. 6)
pp. 23-33

A description is given of a process-management model, called cosmos, which combines the best of existing models by incorporating three perspectives: activity, communication, and infrastructure. Cosmos is designed to manage a large software system from beginning to end. Current problems in system development are reviewed, and the principles on which cosmos is based are outlined. The reasons for using such a three-dimensional model are examined. The use of cosmos is described.

Index Terms:
commonsense management model; process-management model; cosmos; activity; communication; infrastructure; software system; system development; three-dimensional model; DP management; software engineering; systems analysis
Citation:
Raymond T. Yeh, David A. Naumann, Roland T. Mittermeir, Reinhard A. Schlemmer, William S. Gilmore, George E. Sumrall, John T. LeBaron, "A Commonsense Management Model," IEEE Software, vol. 8, no. 6, pp. 23-33, Nov.-Dec. 1991, doi:10.1109/52.103574
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