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Integrating reengineering, reuse and specification tool environments to enable reverse engineering

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2 Author(s)
Zigman, F.J. ; Computer, Command & Control Co., Philadelphia, PA, USA ; Wilson, M.L.

Describes ongoing work to integrate three tool environments and then discusses some of the implications of this work. Considering the number of legacy systems which must be migrated to new software and hardware disciplines, it is necessary to target existing and developing tools to aid in this migration process. Utilizing these existing tools and their repositories, while developing new tools, will provide a means to accomplish a cost- and time-effective process in this migration. Through description of the subject integrated environment and its use, this paper seeks to underline the importance of such efforts and their ultimate benefits to the software and systems communities

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Reverse Engineering, 1995., Proceedings of 2nd Working Conference on

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14-16 Jul 1995