Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE)
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The Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference is a major international conference focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. FIE 2019 continues a long tradition of disseminating results in engineering and computing education. It is an ideal forum for sharing ideas, learning about developments and interacting with colleagues inthese fields.
ICSE is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations,trends, outcomes, experiences, and challenges in the field of software engineering. The scopeis broad and includes all original and unpublished results of empirical, conceptual, experimental,and theoretical software engineering research.
Elicitation and Stakeholders, Requirements Analysis, Specification and Validation, Requirements Management, Pragmatic Requirements Engineering, Large-scale Requirements Engineering, Global Requirements Engineering, Domain-specific Requirements Engineering,Quality Engineering, Product Management, Industry and Research Collaboration, Requirements Engineering Education and TrainingEmpirical Studies, Measurements and Prediction
ICALT is an annual international conference on Advanced Learning Technologies and Technology-enhanced Learning organized by the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology. It aims to bring together people who are working on the design, development, use and evaluation of technologies that will be the foundation of the next generation of e-learning systems and technology-enhanced learning environments.
ICTAI 2018: The annual IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence(ICTAI) provides a major international forum where the creation and exchange of ideas relatedto artificial intelligence are fostered among academia, industry, and government agencies. Theconference facilitates the cross-fertilization of these ideas and promotes their transfer intopractical tools, for developing intelligent systems and pursuing artificial intelligence applications.The ICTAI encompasses all technical aspects of specifying, developing and evaluating thetheoretical underpinnings and applied mechanisms of the AI-based components of computertools such as algorithms, architectures and languages.
IEEE Spectrum Magazine, the flagship publication of the IEEE, explores the development, applications and implications of new technologies. It anticipates trends in engineering, science, and technology, and provides a forum for understanding, discussion and leadership in these areas. IEEE Spectrum is the world's leading engineering and scientific magazine. Read by over 300,000 engineers worldwide, Spectrum provides international coverage of all ...
IEE Colloquium on CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering): Towards Software Process Maturity (Digest No.1993/222), 1993
 Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Computer-Aided Software Engineering, 1992
The development of a computer-aided software engineering (CASE) environment which supports the industrialized production of software, known as the factory support environment (FSE), within the European EUREKA Software Factory (ESF) project, is described. An FSE is a distributed communications-oriented CASE environment. The communication integration mechanism of the FSE is the Software Bus, an abstract communication channel which facilitates the exchange ...
IEE Colloquium on Application of Computer Aided Software Engineering Tools, 1989
IEE Colloquium on Computer Aided Software Engineering Tools for Real-Time Control, 1991
IEE Colloquium on Computer Aided Engineering of Automotive Electronics, 1994
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The development of a computer-aided software engineering (CASE) environment which supports the industrialized production of software, known as the factory support environment (FSE), within the European EUREKA Software Factory (ESF) project, is described. An FSE is a distributed communications-oriented CASE environment. The communication integration mechanism of the FSE is the Software Bus, an abstract communication channel which facilitates the exchange of data and control between CASE tools and their component parts. Components and the services they offer and require have descriptions, both in the abstract and of their programming language representations. The Software Bus uses these descriptions to plug components into itself; locate, bind, and match them; and transmit and transform data and control between them.<<ETX>>
An approach to teaching engineering of computer-aided software engineering (CASE) tools that combines detailed tool algorithm knowledge with an engineering process for such tools is proposed. A methodology for the inclusion of engineering disciplines in CASE development education is described. Teaching methods from first basic principles to more developed processes are suggested. Specific recommendations are made for curriculum development.<<ETX>>
The results of a joint effort of researchers and practitioners to develop an instrument for setting priorities in software product quality in the first life cycle phase of software engineering are presented. Contrary to the specification of functional requirements, the identification of software quality factors is hardly supported by CASE methods and tools. Because of the dynamic nature of this prioritization process, the different types of participants involved, and the complex interrelations between software quality factors, CASE tool support is of utmost importance. Implementation of the instrument is suggested in automated business analysis techniques of current (advanced) CASE tools.
The use of CASE and structured methods continues to evolve. This paper examines the extent to which this is reflected in the update of both technologies within the UK. To do this, a comparison is made between the results obtained from a survey carried out in 1990 and a second carried out in 1994. The issues discussed include the use of methods, the use of CASE, tool support for methods, and users' satisfaction with CASE. The key findings were that CASE usage has increased over this period, while in-house method use has begun to predominate.<<ETX>>
Generic requirements are discussed for a CASE (computer-aided software engineering) database based on a study, performed in a programming-in-the- large environment, of a project which involves the interaction of thousands of software developers and over a million lines of source code and other related design objects. The discussion covers data modeling in software engineering and version control, as well as briefly touching on composite/complex object management, object servers, long transactions, and seamless query processing.<<ETX>>
Investigations of the computer-aided software engineering (CASE) environment architectures of two generations of software configuration management systems are discussed. The investigations have taken place within the context of the portable common tool environment (PCTE) initiative as part of the PACT and ALF European projects. This research includes the design of software configuration and version management object and process models, and the development of underlying mechanisms and tools for supporting their enaction in object-based and process-centered CASE environments. The investigations have shown that a clear separation is needed between the components of the CASE environment that provide structures and mechanisms for version and configuration management and the ones that provide policies. It is concluded that PCTE is a good basis for supporting CASE environments, offering neutral structures and mechanisms on top of which more abstract mechanisms and tools can be built.<<ETX>>
This standard defines a process for evaluating and selecting a Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool for a software development or maintenance activity. The standard addresses the evaluation and selection of tools supporting software engineering processes including: project management processes, development processes, and integral processes.
Since CASE adoption is a subject of the broader technology transition problem, this Technical Report addresses the adoption practices appropriate for a wide range of computing organisations. This Technical Report neither dictates nor advocates particular development standards, software processes, design methods, methodologies, techniques, programming languages, or life-cycle paradigms. This Technical Report will: - identify critical success factors (CSF); - propose ...
Introduce and characterize the problem of interconnecting CASE tools with their environment. Distinguish four interrelated contexts for interconnection. Partition interconnection concerns into issues of protocol, syntax, and semantics. Establish an integrating framework for the other parts of the standard; descre their scope of application and their interrelations. This is a significant expansion of Part 1 of 1175.
Identify a standard set of attributes that characterize the contexts in which a CASE tool operates. These contexts are organizations, users, platforms, and other tools. The attributes in each context summarize the major factors affecting interconnection of the tool with that context. These are multi-dimensional attributes whose values" are project-specific
Identify a standard set of attributes that characterize the contexts in which a CASE tool operates. These contexts are organizations, users, platforms, and other tools. The attributes in each context summarize the major factors affecting interconnection of the tool with that context. These are multi-dimensional attributes whose "values" are project-specific, organization-specific, professional, military and/or international standards for these attributes are ...