Requirements for a Software Engineering Environment: Proceedings of the University of Maryland Workshop, May 5-8, 1986
This is a compilation of papers submitted by participants of a workshop organized to consider the requirments for a software engineering environment - a programming environment that aids the professional programmer in completion of the tasks necessary to build and maintain large complex software systems. The goal of the workshop was to consider the requirement for such an environment by examining the contributions that could be made by recent advances in technology in a variety of computer science areas including methodology, system architecture, measurement and evaluation, artificial intelligence, verification, databases, human interfaces and programming languages.
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