Module interconnection languages

@article{PrietoDaz1986ModuleIL,
  title={Module interconnection languages},
  author={Rub{\'e}n Prieto-D{\'i}az and James M. Neighbors},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  year={1986},
  volume={6},
  pages={307-334}
}
Abstract Module interconnection languages are considered essential tools in the development of large software systems. Current software development practice follows the principle of the recursive decomposition of larger problems that can be grasped, understood, and handled by specialized and usually independent teams of software engineers. After teams succeed in designing and coding their respective subsystems, they are faced with different but usually more difficult issues; how to integrate… CONTINUE READING

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