An Introduction to Rapid System Prototyping
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The implementation and maintenance of industrial applications have continuously become more and more difficult. In this context, one problem is the evaluation of complex systems. The IEEE defines Prototyping as a development approach promoting the implementation of a pilot version of the intended product. This approach is a potential solution to the early evaluation of a system. It can also be used to avoid the shift between the description/specification of a system and its implementation. This brief introduction to the special section on Rapid System Prototyping illustrates a current picture of Prototyping.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol. 28, No. 9, pp. 817–821.
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