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<p>The authors report on ESPRIT Project 401, building the Application Software Prototype Implementation System (ASPIS) for computer-aided software engineering (CASE). ASPIS uses artificial intelligence techniques in a software-development environment. The goal is to encourage a more flexible and effective software-development life cycle, smoothing the transition between user needs, analysis, and design. The focus is on a knowledge-based assistant called the analysis assistant, the primary goal of which is to provide the user with domain-dependent suggestions and advice during a particular method phase.</p>
knowledge engineering; ASPIS; CASE environment; ESPRIT Project 401; Application Software Prototype Implementation System; computer-aided software engineering; artificial intelligence; software-development environment; user needs; knowledge-based assistant; analysis assistant; expert systems; knowledge engineering; programming environments; research initiatives; software engineering
Francesco Pietri, P. Paolo Puncello, Riccardo Burlon, Mirella Conti, Piero Torrigiani, Bruno Cardile, "ASPIS: A Knowledge-Based CASE Environment", IEEE Software, vol. 5, no. , pp. 58-65, March/April 1988, doi:10.1109/52.2012
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