An Application of Entity Life Modeling to Incremental Reengineering of Fortran Reactive Program Components


This paper describes a case study in which the Entity Life Modeling (ELM) [1] technique is used to reconstruct a single module from a legacy FORTRAN application. The architecture of the module changed as a result of entity identification and mode analysis. Concurrent aspects of the problem domain were identified and modeled as concurrent tasks. To interface… (More)


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