Externalization of human idea and problem description for automatic programming
Ways of building a problem model including an object and persons and of specifying programs in this model is discussed. It enables automation of the following programming process. A high-level intelligent system is needed for the purpose. A new modeling scheme named multi-strata modeling is introduced as a key concept to make computer system intelligent. This approach of specifying and generating program was applied to a car electronic system.
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- Externalization of human idea and problem description for automatic programming
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- Foundations of Intelligent Systems
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- 11th International Symposium, ISMIS’99 Warsaw, Poland, June 8–11, 1999 Proceedings
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- Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
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