Computer Supported Interactive Development of Information Flow Systems
The first stage is to develop a prototype of the intended system in a highly interactive programming environment, using a graphic description language.
When the prototype is working properly, it can be converted (partly automatic) into a production system, running in a distributed computer environment.
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