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Integrated CASE for Cleanroom Development
March/April 1992 (vol. 9 no. 2)
pp. 69-76

An integrated CASE environment for performing cleanroom systems engineering is proposed. The cleanroom integrated CASE environment is viewed as a series of iterative development activities. The fundamental integrating concepts and principles of cleanroom engineering provide a seamless development environment, with no information loss or artificial bridges between activities. It is shown that the integrated CASE environment for cleanroom systems development requires a formal methodology that covers the entire development process, which comprises cleanroom development concepts, a central repository of development information and a set of automated tools that work together transparently through the common repository. Three projects representative of experience in implementation of cleanroom CASE are discussed: a structuring facility for Cobol, a real-time system, and compiler components for a runtime library.

Index Terms:
integrated CASE environment; cleanroom systems engineering; iterative development; development environment; cleanroom systems development; central repository; automated tools; structuring facility; Cobol; real-time system; compiler components; runtime library; programming environments; software tools
Alan R. Hevner, Shirley A. Becker, Lenard B. Pedowitz, "Integrated CASE for Cleanroom Development," IEEE Software, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 69-76, March-April 1992, doi:10.1109/52.120604
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