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A Data Model for Programming Support Environments and its Application

A Data Model for Programming Support Environments and its Application
Tagung:

Konferenzartikel 

Herausgeber:

North-Holland Publishing Company 

Autoren:

Walter F. Tichy

Jahr:

1982 

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Zusammenfassung

A critical issue in programming support environments is the data base that stores all project information. This paper presents a model that can be used for analyzing and designing such data bases. The model represents systems as families consisting of multiple versions and configurations. It is based on AND/OR graphs and has the hierachical model, the relational model, and the sequential release model as subclasses.

A refinement of the model yields the concept of the weI/-formed configuration. This concept establishes the basic rules for interface control and system composition. A generalization of the model leads to a data base structure that is a directed, attributed graph. This idea is illustrated by presenting design and implementation of a data base for the sequential release model.

Bemerkung

The article was eprinted in Trends in Information Systems, B. Langefors, A.A. Verijn-Stuart, and G. Bracchi (eds.), North-Holland Publishing Co. (1986), 219-236

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Tichy82a,
author={Walter F. Tichy},
title={A Data Model for Programming Support Environments and its Application},
year=1982,
booktitle={Automated Tools for Information System Design},
publisher={North-Holland Publishing Company},
editor={Hans-Jochen Schneider and Anthony I. Wassermann},
url={http://ps.ipd.kit.edu/downloads/ka_1982_data_model_programming_support_environments.pdf},
abstract={
A critical issue in programming support environments is the data base that stores all project information. This paper presents a model that can be used for analyzing and designing such data bases. The model represents systems as families consisting of multiple versions and configurations. It is based on AND/OR graphs and has the hierachical model, the relational model, and the sequential release model as subclasses.

A refinement of the model yields the concept of the weI/-formed configuration. This concept establishes the basic rules for interface control and system composition. A generalization of the model leads to a data base structure that is a directed, attributed graph. This idea is illustrated by presenting design and implementation of a data base for the sequential release model.},
pages={31-48},
note={

The article was eprinted in Trends in Information Systems, B. Langefors, A.A. Verijn-Stuart, and G. Bracchi (eds.), North-Holland Publishing Co. (1986), 219-236

},
}

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