Software Architectures in Computer-Aided Prototyping
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We examine representations and support for software architectures in the context of computer aided prototyping. To assess the potential contributions of advances in this area, we explore the connection between generic software architectures and automation support for software reuse, program generation, software evolution, reengineering, and transformation of prototypes into production code.
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