Generating Software from Specifications

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2007 - Computers - 413 pages
Generating Software From Specifications Discusses How To Leverage Existing Generation Technology To Achieve Software Reuse And Thereby Reduce The Cost And Improve The Reliability Of Software. The Authors' Approach Can Be Applied Incrementally, Without Disrupting Current Projects Or Requiring Changes In Existing Programs Or Methodology. Robust, Public-Domain Tools Are Available To Support These Component-Based Software Development Techniques On A Number Of Levels, From Simple Turn Key Operations To Custom Software Generation.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
How Generators Provide Leverage
15
Storing Entities with Properties
39
Visiting Trees
55
Names and Entities
81
Constructing Trees
95
An Integrated Approach
115
Support Infrastructure
139
Modularity and Generators
157
Software Manufacturing
171
Complete Examples
203
Language Extension
229
A Patternbased Text Generator
259
A Manufacturing Problem
315
Bibliography
365
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