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The GenVoca Model of Software-System Generators
September/October 1994 (vol. 11 no. 5)
pp. 89-94

An emerging breed of generators synthesize complex software systems from libraries of reusable components. These generators, called GenVoca generators, produce high-performance software and offer substantial increases in productivity. GenVoca is a blueprint for creating domain-specific software component technologies. Predator and Adage are based directly on GenVoca. Experimental evidence from the Predator project supports claims of performance and productivity with this model.

Index Terms:
subroutines; software tools; software reusability; application generators; software-system generators; GenVoca model; complex software systems; libraries; reusable components; high-performance software; productivity
Citation:
Don Batory, Vivek Singhal, Jeff Thomas, Sankar Dasari, Bart Geraci, Marty Sirkin, "The GenVoca Model of Software-System Generators," IEEE Software, vol. 11, no. 5, pp. 89-94, Sept.-Oct. 1994, doi:10.1109/52.311067
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