Software Evolution Process via a Relational Hypergraph Model
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The purpose of this paper is to formalize the software evolution process via a relational hypergraph model with primary- input-driven and secondary-input-driven dependency approaches. Software evolution processes are modeled by a multidimensional architecture containing successive software evolution steps and related software evolution components. We analyze a domain-specific software development architecture and give a standard software evolution process in developing a prototype system as well as a software production system. The relational hypergraph model is applied well in several real-time prototyping systems such as Command, Control, Communication and Intelligence (CJ/) systems; army transportation systems; rail road signal control systems; and future traffic light systems.
Proc. IEEE/IEEJ/JSAI Int. Conf. on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 599-604.
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