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Matthias Jarke Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) RWTH Aachen Ahornstr. 55, W-5100 Aachen, Germany [email protected] informatik.

The project was given the number 892 and the title DAIDA - Development Assistance for Intelligent Database Applications.

Case studies by Vasant Dhar and Matthias Jarke in New York pointed out the need for formally representing process knowledge, and a number of projects in the US and Europe began to consider computer assistance (CASE) as a viable approach to support software engineering. The project was given the number 892 and the title DAIDA - Development Assistance for Intelligent Database Applications.

Project 892. Daida, Vol 1) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The ESPRIT project DAIDA (Advanced Interactive Development of Data-Intensive Applications) has produced the first prototype of a comprehensive systems environment which manages the whole process of information systems development and mainten The development of integrated environments for computer-assisted software engineering (CASE) has proven more difficult than expected.

In the early 1980s, a trend towards formal undeIStanding and knowledge-based assistance for the development and maintenance of database-intensive information systems became apparent. The group of John Mylopoulos at the UniveISity of Toronto and their European collaboratoIS moved from semantic models of information systems design (Taxis project) towards earlier stages of the software lifecycle

Case studies by Vasant Dhar and Matthias Jarke in New York pointed out the need for formally representing process knowledge, and a number of projects in the US and Europe began to consider computer assistance (CASE) as a viable approach to support software engineering.

Database Application Engineering with DAIDA Perfect Paperback – 30 March 1993.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Database Application Engineering With Daida. Publisher: Springer Verlag. Publication Date: 1993. The ESPRIT project DAIDA (Advanced Interactive Development of Data-Intensive Applications) has produced the first prototype of a comprehensive systems environment which manages the whole process of information systems development and maintenance as a multi-layered knowledge base with semi-automatic mapping between the layers.

Автор: Matthias Jarke Название: Database Application Engineering with DAIDA Издательство: Springer Классификация: ISBN . This book provides a detailed description of the object model of the Cach postrelational database.

This book provides a detailed description of the object model of the Cach postrelational database.

Database Application Engineering with Daida. In the early 1980s, a trend towards formal undeIStanding and knowledge-based assistance for the development and maintenance of database-intensive information systems became apparent. The group of John Mylopoulos at the UniveISity of Toronto and their European collaboratoIS moved from semantic models of information systems design (Taxis project) towards earlier stages of the software lifecycle.

This paper reports on application experience with the ConceptBase system which we developed over the last 12 years. Database Application Engineering with DAIDA. Eight applications are presented in more detail t. ONTINUE READING.

In the early 1980s, a trend towards formal undeIStanding and knowledge-based assistance for the development and maintenance of database-intensive information systems became apparent. The group of John Mylopoulos at the UniveISity of Toronto and their European collaboratoIS moved from semantic models of information systems design (Taxis project) towards earlier stages of the software lifecycle. Joachim Schmidt's group at the University of Hamburg completed their early work on the design and implementation of database programming languages (Pascal/R) and began to consider tools for the development of large database program packages. The Belgian company BIM developed a fast commercial Prolog which turned out to be useful as an implementation language for object­ oriented knowledge representation schemes and as a prototyping tool for formal design models. Case studies by Vasant Dhar and Matthias Jarke in New York pointed out the need for formally representing process knowledge, and a number of projects in the US and Europe began to consider computer assistance (CASE) as a viable approach to support software engineering. In 1985, the time appeared ripe for an attempt at integrating these experiences in a comprehensive CASE framework relating all phases of an information systems lifecycle. The Commission of the European Communities decided in early 1986 to fund this joint effort by six European software houses and research institutions in the Software Technology section of the ESPRIT I program. The project was given the number 892 and the title DAIDA - Development Assistance for Intelligent Database Applications.

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