WIT Press


A Meta-model For Generic Object-oriented CASE Tool

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/SEHE950361

Volume

12

Pages

8

Published

1995

Size

605 kb

Author(s)

N.V. Balasubramanian & C.H.K. Tsang

Abstract

Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) is designed to avoid the chaotic production of undocumented, poorly costed, poorly justified and unmaintainable systems[l]. Traditional CASE paradigms, employing structured analysis and design techniques, have to some extent contributed in meeting these goals. Modern object-oriented paradigm of software engineering promises even greater gain by offering the advantages of real-world mapping, reusable design components, smoother transition between analysis and design, and more. A flexible CASE tool provides software developers with the creative freedom to develop and deliver products which meet end-user requirements, while automating some of the mundane tasks. The paper describes a funded research project undertaken at the City University of Hong Kong in buildin

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