Case Technology : A Special Issue of the Journal of Systems Integration
"CASE Technology" presents a collection of papers pertaining to the automation of the software development process. The expectations for computer-aided software engineering (CASE) have been great, but the potential of CASE has not yet been fully realized. Now, with the availability of CASE tools and technologies, software automation is beginning to achieve success. This collection focuses on the integration of tools within a CASE environment.
- Hardback | 147 pages
- 155.96 x 233.93 x 11.18mm | 879.96g
- 01 Feb 1992
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- Reprinted from Journal of Systems Integration, 1:3/4
- III, 147 p.
Table of contents
Editorial.- A Systematic Approach to Process Modeling.- Integrating Domain Knowledge, Requirements and Specifications.- CASE Planning and the Software Process.- PProto: An Environment for Prototyping Parallel Programs.- Object Management Machines: Concept and Implementation.- An Integrated Automatic Test Data Generation System.
'I would recommend that you buy the book just for the Humphrey article alone.' The Computer Journal 3:5 1992