Item description for Software Development Environments and Case Technology: European Symposium, Königswinter, June 17-19, 1991. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Albert Endres...
Software development environments are integrated sets of tools, techniques and processes that assist in the sys- tematic development of software products. They are intended to support all phases of the software development cycle: requirements definition, design, implementation, test, and maintenance. These Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools typically make use of graphic manipulation facilities and rely on some form of development database to exchange various types of design objects between tools. Facilitated by the availability of powerful workstations, implementations of these technologies are now within reach of every software developer. This volume presents the proceedings of a symposium organized by the GI (Gesellschaft fr Informatik), the GMD (Gesellschaft fr Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung) and ESEC (European Software Engineering Conferences). The symposium brought together application development managers and top specialists involved in the selection and introduction of software development tools, leading developers of such tools and well known authorities from the research community. The proceedings contain first-hand information on practical experiences and requirements, development directions and strategies, and key research issues and results.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.21" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.93 lbs.
Release Date Jul 17, 1991
ISBN 3540541942 ISBN13 9783540541943
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More About Albert Endres
Albert Endres has lived, worked and taught all over the world. Before retiring from IBM in 1992, Endres worked for the company in Germany, France and New York, mostly dealing with software engineering. He was a professor of computer science at the Technical University of Munich and a member of ACM and IEEE. Currently he concentrates on his hobbies.
Dieter Romabch is the director of software engineering at Fraunhofer Institut Experimentelles in Germany. The institute is the leading center for applied research and technology transfer in experimental software engineering. He is also the head of a software engineering research group for AGSE.