CASE: Current Practice, Future Prospects
Kathy Spurr, Paul Layzell
Wiley, 1992 - Computers - 246 pages
Examines the current position of Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) in the software market, focusing on practical issues faced by users. Presents a comparison of CASE tools and contains recent debates as well as a look at its future. Coverage includes a review of the ISO IRDS, ISTEL Applications Architecture, CASE tools utilized in designing database and much more.
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PUTTING THE SE INTO CASE
A CASE STUDY IN INFORMATION
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1992 John Wiley AD/Cycle analysis and design application approach Architect architecture attributes automation Cobol components conceptual model conceptual schema construction cycle data flow data flow diagrams data model database design DBMS defined definition derivation rules DESMET DFDs diagrams dictionary domain Edited by Kathy Entity Relationship Entity Relationship Diagram evaluation example facilities Figure framework Function Point Analysis function points IEEE implementation information system integrity rules interaction IRDS Kathy Spurr knowledge base logical logical schema methodology methods and tools modules notations object oriented paper Paul Layzell PCTE PCTE+ postconditions problems procedural process model programming ProKit*WORKBENCH prototyping PSR system real-time systems REDO REPOS repository representation reverse engineering role software development Software Engineering Software through Pictures Spurr and Paul SSADM supplier system development techniques toolset transformation UIDE user interface X Window System