Computer-Aided Systems Engineering Methodology Support and Its Effect on the Output of Structured Analysis

@article{Jankowski1997ComputerAidedSE,
  title={Computer-Aided Systems Engineering Methodology Support and Its Effect on the Output of Structured Analysis},
  author={David Jankowski},
  journal={Empirical Software Engineering},
  year={1997},
  volume={2},
  pages={11-38}
}
The information systems development literature indicates that there is no conclusive, empirical evidence that CASE improves the quality of system specifications or the resulting information systems. One role of a CASE tool is to serve as a methodology companion—to assist an analyst in the creation of documentation passed to succeeding phases of the life cycle, and to guide the analyst through a particular systems development methodology. A framework for comparing the level of methodology… CONTINUE READING