Grafische Programmentwicklung mit GRAPES

@inproceedings{Wagner1986GrafischePM,
  title={Grafische Programmentwicklung mit GRAPES},
  author={J. Wagner},
  booktitle={GI Jahrestagung},
  year={1986}
}
  • J. Wagner
  • Published in GI Jahrestagung 1986
  • Computer Science
Der Beitrag stellt Ziele, Funktionen und das technische Konzept von GRAPES, einem GRAfischen Programm-Entwicklungs-System, vor. Auf methodische Aspekte der Softwareentwicklung wird nur insoweit eingegangen, wie sie die Realisierung von GRAPES beeinflust haben. Das Funktionsrepertoire und die Anpassungsfahigkeit von GRAPES lassen vielseitige Anwendungen erwarten. 

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