Rapid Software Prototyping
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Rapid software prototyping is an iterative software development methodology aimed at improving the analysis, design, and development of proposed systems. This paper describes rapid prototyping at the system and 'software levels and reviews the characteristics of computeraided prototyping. We then describe the state-of-the-art in rapid prototyping and discuss technologies that improve the future outlook for prototyping, such as prototyping languages, software reuse, and designer interfaces. To add some cohesion to the concepts, we describe the characteristics of a computer-aided rapid prototyping system. Finally, we provide summaries of the outstanding papers that comprise the rapid prototyping mini-track.
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Davis, Edward V., Jr. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 1990-12);Rapid prototyping is emerging as a promising software development paradigm. It provides a systematic and automatable means of developing a software system under circumstances where initial requirements are not well known ...
Dupont, Joseph P. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2002-06);"We often misunderstand, ill define or improperly measure the complexity of software. Software complexity is represented by the degree of complication of a system determined by such factors as control flow, information ...
Hasni, Neji (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2003-03);The automation of software development has long been a goal of software engineering to increase efficiency of the development effort and improve the software product. This efficiency (high productivity with less software ...