This work addresses the topic of databases in software engineering. It is widely acknowledged that all entities relevant to software development - document analysis, specifications, design and test cases - as well as their relationships, must be managed as typed objects. The authors list requirements for object management systems to support software development and includes an overview of current and new techniques.
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The increasing demand for software shows an important lack in production capacity and the need to improve the productivity of developers. There is a need not only for more efficient production tools, but for the construction of complete development environments. This volume outlines a system for managing ther objects produced and transformed during softwqare development--their storage, access, description, and interactions.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: French
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