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Software Life Cycle Automation for Interactive Applications: The AME Design Environment

@inproceedings{Mrtin1996SoftwareLC,
  title={Software Life Cycle Automation for Interactive Applications: The AME Design Environment},
  author={Christian M{\"a}rtin},
  booktitle={CADUI},
  year={1996}
}
The model-based design environment AME offers CASE-tool support for all life cycle activities in the development process for interactive applications. The system allows the rapid automatic construction of interactive software from objectoriented analysis models (OOA) and/or OO-modelling information specified at later design stages. AME provides functionality for UI-structure generation, interaction object selection, layout prototype generation, dynamic behaviour generation, adaptation to user… 

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