Computer-aided Software Engineering

Computer-aided Software Engineering

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The successful implementation of CASE technology requires a long-term and comprehensive commitment to the pursuit of raising the quality of software design and ultimately improving the information management within the organization. Computer-Aided Software Engineering: Issues and Trends for the 1990s and Beyond covers all aspects of preparing an organization for the successful implementation of a CASE program. Actual case studies, empirical research and theoretical suppositions are used to assess how CASE is being used today and to predict future directions.Figure 16: Repository Conceptual Levels rather than at system generation time. ... This layer would define the data flow diagrams, E-R diagrams, action diagrams , structure charts, state transition diagrams, flow charts, etc., that describe theanbsp;...

Title:Computer-aided Software Engineering
Author: Thomas J. Bergin
Publisher:IGI Global - 1993-01-01

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