Application development systems : An alternative approach to software development (1982)
Application Development Systems are now recognized as viable alternatives in the area of software development. Although the idea of a high productivity approach to application development is not new, it has only recently arrived as a force to help overcome the problems associated with conventional programming techniques. This project is intended to examine these types of systems and to see how successfully they tackle the problems associated with software productivity.
ANZSRC Fields of Research08 - Information and Computing Sciences::0803 - Computer Software
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