CASE: Current Practice, Future Prospects

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Kathy Spurr, Paul Layzell
Wiley, 1992 - Computers - 246 pages
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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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Contents

PUTTING THE SE INTO CASE
1
OUR EXPERIENCE
21
A CASE STUDY IN INFORMATION
35
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