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Realisation of an integrated software engineering environment through heterogeneous CASE-tool integration

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2 Author(s)
Bosua, R. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci. & Inf. Syst., South Africa Univ., Pretoria, South Africa ; Brinkkemper, S.

The development of large software systems needs appropriate automated support in the form of an integrated software engineering environment (ISEE) to support the system development process. This paper describes an approach, the CUBE approach to integrate heterogeneous CASE tools and system development perspectives, in order to realise an ISEE. Heterogeneous refers to the conventional system development paradigm as opposed to the object-oriented system development paradigm integration between these paradigms and also its supporting tools can be realised by, employing meta-models. Hence, a method link as well as a tool link can be realised. To a certain extent, this approach is not only limited to only heterogeneous analysis and design tools, but may be applicable to other heterogeneous system development tools. An example outlines the integration of the data perspective of the methods Structured Analysis and OMT, by using meta-models

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Software Engineering Environments [Conference], 1995., Proceedings

Date of Conference:

5-7 Apr 1995