Rapid Prototyping for Software Evolution
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This paper describes the basic concepts of a mixed-level software process and rapid prototyping. Some practical methods, and software tools for using rapid prototyping to support software evolution are also presented. The research results show that prototyping can be used to stabilize the requirements for either an initial software development project or a proposed enhancement to an existing system.
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