Computer Aided Software Engineering 6th International Workshop CASE 93

CASE 93 was held in Singapore, July 1993, to provide a forum for discussion of software development tools and techniques, in particular, improving software quality.

Author: International Workshop on Computer Aided Software Engineering

Publisher: IEEE

ISBN: 0818634804

Category: Computers

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CASE 93 was held in Singapore, July 1993, to provide a forum for discussion of software development tools and techniques, in particular, improving software quality. Thirty-nine papers address implementation, life cycle coverage and methodology support, re-engineering and evolution, enabling technologies, and CASE environment and architecture. No in
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Computer aided Software Engineering

... of Southern California The emergence of computer aided software engineering
( CASE ) tools over the past decade from curiosity to valuable development tool
has changed the manner in which professionals view systems development .

Author: Thomas J. Bergin

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1878289152

Category: Computers

Page: 649

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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.
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Computer Aided Software Engineering

IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 17(7):845–851. Church, T. and
Matthews, P 1995. An evaluation of object-oriented CASE tools: The newbridge
experience. IEEE Seventh International Workshop on Computer-Aided Software
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Author: Hausi A. Muller

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461314394

Category: Computers

Page: 209

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Computer Aided Software Engineering brings together in one place important contributions and up-to-date research results in this important area. Computer Aided Software Engineering serves as an excellent reference, providing insight into some of the most important research issues in the field.
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Using Computer Aided Software Engineering CASE Tools to Document the Current Logical Model of a System for DoD Requirements Specifications

The Naval Postgraduate School's final exam scheduling system serves as a test case with which to compare two commercially available Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools.

Author: Donna A. Ganzer

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ISBN: OCLC:227709485

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The Naval Postgraduate School's final exam scheduling system serves as a test case with which to compare two commercially available Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools. The tools, Nastec Corporation's Design Aid (Release 3.55) and Index Technology's Excelerator (Release 1.7), are used to create Section 4.1 of two Abbreviated Systems Decision Papers to determine if their output can satisfy and should replace some of the Life Cycle Management documentation requirements of the Department of Defense for the procurement of Information Systems having a total cost of 100,00 or less.
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Introduction to Software Engineering

( for volatility ) How many changes are made to source code during development
? ( for volatility ) The ... 1.8.3 Computer - Aided Software Engineering ( CASE )
There are many vendors of CASE tools , far too many to discuss here in any
detail .

Author: Ronald J. Leach

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0849314453

Category: Computers

Page: 448

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Software engineering lies at the heart of the computer revolution. Software is used in automobiles, airplanes, and many home appliances. As the boundaries between the telecommunications, entertainment, and computer industries continue to blur in multimedia and networking, the need for software will only increase, and software will become increasingly complex. Introduction to Software Engineering gives your students the fundamentals of this growing and rapidly changing field. The book highlights the goals of software engineering, namely to write programs that have all the following attributes: efficient, reliable, usable, modifiable, portable, testable, reusable, maintainable, compatible and correct. The nine chapters cover topics that include project management, defining requirements, software design, coding, testing and integration, delivery and installation, documentation, maintenance, and research issues. The author uses a hybrid approach, combining object-oriented technology and classical programming techniques to solve computing problems. He also places a strong emphasis on Internet technology and resources. A simple, but non-trivial, running example illustrates all stages of the software engineering process. In addition, where applicable, he covers the impact of Internet technology. Introduction to Software Engineering presents the basics of software engineering in a concise and direct format. With emphasis on Internet technology, software tools for programming, and hands-on learning, this book effectively prepares students to move from an educational situation towards applying their knowledge to the complex projects faced in the professional arena. Features
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ProMod Plus

Author: CAP Debis Engineering GmbH

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ISBN: OCLC:258247603

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Computer Aided Software Engineering Tools

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Author: Books LLC

Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series

ISBN: 1155435923

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Page: 84

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 163. Chapters: Data modeling, Data modeling tools, Program transformation tools, UML tools, Database normalization, Conceptual schema, Key field, Weak entity, Meta-Object Facility, Tuple relational calculus, IDEF, Entity-attribute-value model, Database integrity, IBM Rational ClearCase, Building Information Modeling, Object-Role Modeling, IDEF1X, Maestro I, Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules, Computer-aided software engineering, Slowly changing dimension, MetaCASE tool, System Architect, Database model, Surrogate key, Relational Model/Tasmania, MagicDraw, EXPRESS, Table, List of Unified Modeling Language tools, Concept-oriented model, Foreign key, Peter Chen, Core Data, Microsoft Visio, Anchor Modeling, IDEF5, OSCRE, RISE Editor, Kalido, Dimensional modeling, Semantic data model, ECO, Three schema approach, XML database, Virtual Design and Construction, JC3IEDM, Unique key, Standard Gibbs function of formation, Big data, Generic data model, Feature Selection Toolbox, Database schema, PureXML, Codd's 12 rules, Single Source of Truth, Functional dependency, Multivalued dependency, PowerDesigner, Telelogic Rhapsody, Synonym, Fundamental modeling concepts, Candidate key, Astah*, Logical data model, Facility condition assessment, Integrated Data Management, GenerativeComponents, Facility Condition Index, DMS Software Reengineering Toolkit, Data dictionary, Star schema, CERIF, Facility information model, Data Manipulation Language, Single version of the truth, APDM ArcGIS, Standard user model, IBM Rational ClearCase UCM, YEd, Network model, Comparison of data modeling tools, CA ERwin Data Modeler, Business rule management system, EuroCRIS, Armstrong's axioms, Validation rule, Domain model, White pages schema, Materialized view, Schema object, MscGen, FCO-IM, Problem domain, Objecteering, Information Engineering Facilit...
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The Impact of CASE Technology on Software Processes

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ISSUES OF COMPUTER, AIDED SOFTWARE
ENGINEERING DANIEL E. COOKE Computer Science Department, University of
Teras El Paso, El Paso, Teras 79968–0518, USA ABSTRACT The intent of this ...

Author: Daniel Cooke

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9810210272

Category: Computers

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This review volume consists of articles concerning CASE technology and research as discussed from two perspectives.For the most part, the available CASE technology is intended to automate certain phases of the software development life cycle. The book contains articles which focus on how the current technology alters the nature of software engineering efforts. Papers which delve into the knowledge a software engineer needs to possess and how the software engineer's work content has or may change are included. Cultural as well as technical considerations are discussed.The current CASE technology exists to automate phases of the software development life cycle, thus affecting software development in the short term, but we cannot ignore the CASE research efforts toward a higher generation language. Such a language should affect software development in the long term. Papers suggesting how these languages may alter the nature of software engineering in the future are presented.
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Fiber Optics Standard Dictionary

Synonym computer assisted-manufacturing. See also chip, computer, fiber optic
link, manufacturer automation protocol. computer-uided software engineering:
The branch of science and technology that is devoted to the use of computers to ...

Author: Martin Weik

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0412122413

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Fiber Optics Vocabulary Development In 1979, the National Communications System published Technical InfonnationBulle tin TB 79-1, Vocabulary for Fiber Optics and Lightwave Communications, written by this author. Based on a draft prepared by this author, the National Communications System published Federal Standard FED-STD-1037, Glossary of Telecommunications Terms, in 1980 with no fiber optics tenns. In 1981, the first edition of this dictionary was published under the title Fiber Optics and Lightwave Communications Standard Dictionary. In 1982, the then National Bureau of Standards, now the National Institute of Standards and Technology, published NBS Handbook 140, Optical Waveguide Communications Glossary, which was also published by the General Services Admin istration as PB82-166257 under the same title. Also in 1982, Dynamic Systems, Inc. , Fiberoptic Sensor Technology Handbook, co-authored and edited by published the this author, with an extensive Fiberoptic Sensors Glossary. In 1989, the handbook was republished by Optical Technologies, Inc. It contained the same glossary. In 1984, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers published IEEE Standard 812-1984, Definitions of Terms Relating to Fiber Optics. In 1986, with the assistance of this author, the National Communications System published FED-STD-1037A, Glossary of Telecommunications Terms, with a few fiber optics tenns. In 1988, the Electronics Industries Association issued EIA-440A, Fiber Optic Terminology, based primarily on PB82-166257. The International Electrotechnical Commission then pub lished IEC 731, Optical Communications, Terms and Definitions. In 1989, the second edition of this dictionary was published.
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