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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Simon McGinnes
    Pages 1-16
  3. Thomas Rose, Carlos Maltzahn, Matthias Jarke
    Pages 17-32
  4. Patrick Borras, Anne Doucet, Patrick Pfeffer
    Pages 33-47
  5. Lurdes Jesus, Rogério Carapuça
    Pages 48-64
  6. Chiang-Choon Danny Poo
    Pages 88-104
  7. R. Zicari, F. Cacace, C. Capelli, A. Galipo, A. Pirovano, A. Romboli et al.
    Pages 105-127
  8. E. Andonoff, C. Sallaberry, G. Zurfluh
    Pages 128-146
  9. Bikash C. Ghosh, Vilas Wuwongse
    Pages 147-163
  10. J. -L. Hainaut, M. Cadelli, B. Decuyper, O. Marchand
    Pages 187-207
  11. Mildred L. G. Shaw, Brian R. Gaines
    Pages 208-220
  12. J. Hagelstein, D. Roclants
    Pages 221-238
  13. Michel Léonard, Ian Prince
    Pages 239-256
  14. Gilles Fouqué, Christel Vrain
    Pages 278-289
  15. Alistair Sutcliffe, Neil Maiden
    Pages 290-303
  16. Panos Constantopoulos, Elena Pataki
    Pages 304-326
  17. Eric Dubois, Philippe Du Bois, André Rifaut
    Pages 327-347
  18. Oscar Pastor Lopez, Fiona Hayes, Stephen Bear
    Pages 348-363
  19. A. H. M. ter Hofstede, H. A. Proper, Th. P. van der Weide
    Pages 364-377
  20. T. A. Halpin, J. I. McCormack
    Pages 445-462
  21. Alex A. Verrijn-Stuart, Guus J. Ramackers
    Pages 481-493
  22. Peter Osmon, Philip Sleat
    Pages 494-506
  23. I. Comyn-Wattiau, M. Bouzeghoub
    Pages 507-523
  24. Mike Brough
    Pages 524-545
  25. Matti Rossi, Mats Gustafsson, Kari Smolander, Lars-Åke Johansson, Kalle Lyytinen
    Pages 546-567
  26. Flávio Oquendo, Jean-Daniel Zucker, Philip Griffiths
    Pages 568-588
  27. Marco A. Casanova, Andrea S. Hemerly, Antonio L. Furtado
    Pages 589-611
  28. N. Leone, A. Mecchia, G. Rossi, P. Rullo
    Pages 632-650
  29. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

The growing demand for information systems of ever-increasing size, scope, and complexity has highlighted the benefits that may be accrued from approaches which recognize the interrelationships between different technological strands in the field of information systems. Typical examples of these areas include: system development methods, CASE, requirements engineering, database design, and re-use. The CAiSE series of conferences provides the forum for the exchange of results and ideas within these different technological spheres from a single perspective, namely that of information systems development and management. The 1992 conference, the fourth in the series, continues this tradition. This volume collects the papers accepted for the conference, with authors from 16 countries covering a wide range of topics including: object-oriented analysis and design methods, the development process and product support, requirements engineering, re-use, design approaches, and deductive approaches.

Keywords

Inform Requirements Engineering complexity design object-oriented analysis object-oriented analysis and design system system development

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/BFb0035121
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1992
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-55481-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47099-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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