"The procedure's name comes from the methods that use this procedure, that is, [...]"
Is it a correct sentence? Can a name come from something?
Some people might feel that it's rather imprecise, but there are various degrees of relatedness and 'consequentiality' between words - they can be loan-words, calques, cognates, translations, transliterations, inflexions, metatheses...; they can be derived from other words or just related to them. A common way of referring to general relatedness between one word and another is the phrase 'comes from'.
I suspect, judging from the use of the O-O buzz-words 'procedure' and 'method', that the sentence refers to Object-Oriented programming. If so, I'd say 'The procedure name is formed from the names of its methods' [if you mean the methods implemented in that procedure], or 'The procedure name is formed from the names of the methods that use it'. Maybe 'is formed from' is too precise... What about 'The procedure name reflects...'?