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The knowledge-based software assistant: a formal, object oriented software development environment
This paper describes the Knowledge-Based Software Assistant paradigm through an exploration of four of its key facets: project management, requirements acquisition, specification elaboration, and formal development. Expand
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The 8th knowledge-based software engineering conference
KBSE'93 was the eighth in a series conferences sponsored by the USAF Rome Laboratory addressing issues related to knowledge-based software engineering. Expand
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Using Bayesian Networks and Decision Theory to Model Physical Security
Abstract : Home automation technologies allow a person to monitor and control various activities within a home or office setting. Cameras, sensors and other components used along with the simpleExpand
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ARIES: Acquisition of Requirements and Incremental Evolution of Specifications
This paper describes a requirements/specification environment specifically designed for large-scale software systems. This environment is called ARIES (Acquisition of Requirements and IncrementalExpand