MSE: A Methodology for Software Evolution

@article{Rajlich1997MSEAM,
  title={MSE: A Methodology for Software Evolution},
  author={V{\'a}clav Rajlich},
  journal={Journal of Software Maintenance},
  year={1997},
  volume={9},
  pages={103-124}
}
Every program must continuously evolve, or it will become obsolete. This paper explores a methodology for software evolution within the setting of object-orientated programming. The methodology is based on the top–down propagation of change, and it is remotely related to stepwise refinement. To present the methodology, this paper uses one small example (Gregorian calendar) and one medium-sized example (calendar maintainer). This paper also explores an algorithm for scheduling object classes for… CONTINUE READING
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