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Multiple textual and graphical views for interactive software development environments

@inproceedings{Grundy1993MultipleTA,
  title={Multiple textual and graphical views for interactive software development environments},
  author={J. Grundy},
  year={1993}
}
  • J. Grundy
  • Published 1993
  • Computer Science
  • Page i Abstract Diagram construction can be used to visually analyse and design a complex software system using natural, graphical representations describing high-level structure and semantics. Textual programming can specify detailed documentation and functionality not well expressed at a visual level. Integrating multiple textual and graphical views of software development allows programmers to utilise both representations as appropriate. Consistency management between these views must be… CONTINUE READING
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