An experiment in computer aided information systems development
During the last decade there has been a growing interest in the use of computers to assist systems analysts and designers in the development of systems specifications and in the implementation of program systems consistent with these specifications. [1, 2].
An experimental software system, CASCADE/2, was developed at the Norwegian Institute of Technology in 1972–74 for this purpose. CASCADE/2 has been used in several software development projects. Experience with three cases is described. Further research and development are discussed both from a short term and long point of view.
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