Issue No. 02 - June (1975 vol. 1)
F. Terry Baker , IBM Federal Systems Division, Gaithersburg, Met, 20760
This paper discusses how structured programming methodology has been introduced into a large production programming organization using an integrated but flexible approach. It next analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of each component of the methodology and presents some quantitative results on its use. It concludes with recommendations based on this generally successful experience, which could be useful to other organizations interested in improving reliability and productivity.
Programming, DSL, Libraries, Organizations, Encoding, Standards, Guidelines, top-down programming, Chief programmer teams (CPT's), development support libraries (DSL's), structured coding, structured programming, top-down development
F. T. Baker, "Structured programming in a production programming environment," in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 1, no. , pp. 241-252, 1975.