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A Common Application Framework that is Extensible: CAF-É

  • Richard Evans
  • Mark DeTomaso
  • Reed Comire
  • Vaibhav Bora
  • Jeet Poonater
  • Aarti Vaishnav
  • Scott Catherall
  • John T. Casagrande
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Abstract

Data collection and management is an essential activity for most scientific investigations. To be able to “quickly” develop and support the data collection needs for the various types of investigations undertaken in a comprehensive cancer center is a challenge. CAF-É is an object-oriented development environment that combines common objects with study-specific data entry form(s) libraries with common and study-specific metadata has been used successfully to address this task. It is based on a Windows forms front-end with a SQL Server database as the back-end.

Keywords

Menu Item Context Window Electronic Data Capture System Window Form Binding Context 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Richard Evans
  • Mark DeTomaso
  • Reed Comire
  • Vaibhav Bora
  • Jeet Poonater
  • Aarti Vaishnav
  • Scott Catherall
  • John T. Casagrande
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Southern CaliforniaLos AngelesUSA

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