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Project integrating reference object library (PIROL): an object-oriented multiple-view SEE

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4 Author(s)
B. Groth ; Inst. fur Angewandte Inf., Tech. Univ. Berlin, Germany ; S. Herrmann ; S. Jahnichen ; W. Koch

PIROL is an SEE, designed for object-oriented software development, which itself consequently employs the object-oriented paradigm. PIROL integrates the taste of software development with respect to the categories set up by the ECMA reference model. PIROL's architecture covers aspects of CSCW, such as distribution and notification. The central concept of PIROL is the idea of different views on common information. Views can be configurations, aggregated documents or presentation modes. All these views can be editable and are based upon a fine grained meta model. The meta model consists of a product- and a process-oriented part. The latter is a basis for close integration of process support in terms of a generic process model which can be customized, instantiated and finally enacted. The product side of the meta model is confined to the object-oriented paradigm but is open for any concrete method and OOPL. A current prototype of PIROL proves these concepts realizable and gives an impression of its operability

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Software Engineering Environments [Conference], 1995., Proceedings

Date of Conference:

5-7 Apr 1995