Ceri, Stefano, Crespi-Reghizzi, Stefano, Di Maio, Andrea, and Lavazza, Luigi A.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering. Nov 1988, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p1597, 13 p. chart Subschemas of the PCDB.
New Technique, Relational Languages, Research and Development, Methods, Application Development Software, Cost Benefit Analysis, Applications, System Design, Strategic Planning, ADA, Prototype, and Software Engineering
A relational programming methodology is developed that enables the rapid design and prototyping of complex, evolutionary software applications, even by non-professionals with minimal supervision. Only relational data structures are used for system content and interface, and programming uses relational languages with an emphasis on relational algebra. The method is successfully applied to the development of two large projects: the Ada Relational Translator experimental compiler-interpreter for Ada and the Multi-Micro Line tool set for constructing multi-microprocessor applications. Cited advantages of the relational programming methodology include: avoiding early commitment to designing data structures and algorithms, extensive facilities for extracting data views when unanticipated functions must be added, and program structuring is decoupled from programming group structure.
IBM Journal of Research and Development. May 1992, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p391, 18 p. table
Prototype, Research and Development, Program Development Techniques, PROLOG, Artificial intelligence, Application Development Software, Compiler/decompiler, Program Logic, Prolog (Computer program language) -- Research, Computer programming -- Methods, Logic programming -- Research, Artificial intelligence -- Research, Program development software -- Innovations, and Compilers -- Innovations
Prolog is widely used in prototyping, especially in artificial intelligence, but it has yet to gain widespread acceptance in application development. We think that the problems in this area result from the programming style enforced in existing Prolog systems. Zephyr is a new Prolog system refined and enhanced to help solve such problems. It allows users to do modular programming by always using a compiler instead of an interpreter. In this paper, we describe the unique features of Zephyr which make this possible, focusing especially on 'package,' 'metafunctions,' and 'tables,' and the implementation of the system on OS/2. (Reprinted by permission of the publisher.)
Application development software, Application installation/distribution software, Research and development, Program development software, and Industrial research
Tenders are invited for ultrasound research and development platform to carry out research, development, realize design ideas for prototyping, etc. EMD Amount (INR): 87,500 Period Of Work(Days): 60 Document Download [...]