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<p>A comprehensive data translation system is described with the following characteristics: (1) it is derived from a formal model of the translation task; (2) it supports the building of translation tools; (3) it supports the use of translation tools; and (4) it is accessible to its targeted end users. A software architecture to achieve the translation capability is fully implemented. Translators have been generated using the architecture, both by the original software developers and by industrial associates who have installed the architecture at their own sites.</p>
Chameleon; data-translation problem; data translation system; formal model; translation task; translation tools; software architecture; electronic data interchange

C. Nicholas, M. Share, M. Kaelbling and S. Mamrak, "Chameleon: A System for Solving the Data-Translation Problem," in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 15, no. , pp. 1090-1108, 1989.
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