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001: a rapid development approach for rapid prototyping based on a system that supports its own life cycle

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A Development Before the Fact system is an intelligent system in that it contains built-in properties to provide itself the best opportunities that are available for its own development. It provides the opportunity to begin its own development tasks as soon as possible and to check as you go throughout its own development process. It is an independent system in that it is not locked into obsolescence. The 001 technology directly addresses the issues of Development Before the Fact systems. With 001, integration happens early with the use of TMaps and FMaps; errors are eliminated early when, for example, the primitive structures are ultimately used to eliminate interface errors. Flexibility and the ability to handle the unpredictable are issues that are dealt with early since system definitions based on the three primitive structures have properties of single-reference and single assignment, ensuring traceability and safe reconfiguration, preparing for distributed environments happens early, with explicit delineation of independencies, dependencies and decision making. Reusability happens early with the use of mechanisms such as defined structures and parameterized types. Automation happens early, since TMaps, FMaps and their associated instantiations support automated tools with sufficient and necessary information to understand formally both a system and its definition

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Rapid System Prototyping, 1990. Shortening the Path from Specification to Prototype, First International Workshop on

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4-7 Jun 1990