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2 Author(s)
Pan, S. ; Software Quality Inst., Griffith Univ., Nathane, Qld., Australia ; Dromey, R.G.

Structured programming principles are not strong enough to control complexity and guarantee high reliability of software at the module level. Stronger organizing principles and stronger properties of components are needed to make significant gains in the quality of software. Practical proposals, based on the definition of normal forms which have a mathematical/logical foundation, are suggested as a vehicle for constructing software that is both simpler and of higher quality with regard to clearly defined and justifiable criteria

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Software Engineering, 1996., Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on

Date of Conference:

25-29 Mar 1996