The Nordic Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE) is an annual international conference for users, developers and researchers of information systems technology and methodology. A distinctive characteristic of the CAiSE conference series is the objective to appeal to advanced practitioners as well as to researchers, and to promote communication between the two groups. In this second CAiSE conference, the program was divided into two types of sessions that were not run in parallel: Technical Paper sessions, with formally reviewed technical papers, and Practice and Experience sessions, with invited speakers and panel discussions. The proceedings include the formally reviewed technical papers and abstracts of the invited presentations. The technical papers present important international (mainly European) work in Information Systems Engineering within such areas as conceptual modelling, prototyping, requirements engineering, design support, software process modelling, tool design, and tool experiences. The abstracts of invited speakers' presentations give an indication of current best industrial practice.
CASE in the '90 s.- CASE in action: IEF at Nykredit.- FOUNDATION - CASE tools for the success of the French Stock Exchange.- A common repository and information model - A base for integration of development tools.- Experiences with the use of CASE-tools in the Netherlands.- Making CASE work.- CASE tools and Software Factories.- Selecting system development tools: Some experiences.- Software configuration management for medium-size systems.- Automated support of the modelling process: A view based on experiments with expert information engineers.- Software process modelling in EPOS.- A communication oriented approach to conceptual modelling of information systems.- Correction of conceptual schemas.- A natural language interpreter for the construction of conceptual schemas.- How to combine tools and methods in practice- a field study.- Application of relational normalforms in CASE-tools.- The conceptual task model: a specification technique between requirements engineering and program development (extended abstract).- Rule-based requirements specification and validation.- Requirements specification in TEMPORA.- ESPRIT today - An overview.- ESPRIT at the age of seven - its industrial impact seen from a participant's viewpoint.- From software engineering to business engineering: ESPRIT projects in information systems engineering.- Quality auditing: The necessary step towards the required quality Objectives.- Quality engineering: Designing for quality - the SW engineering challenge.- Quality control: A cornerstone to quality - measurement and motivation are key issues.- Quality management: The business asset and its competitive advantage.- Software prototyping: Implications for the people involved in systems development.- Experiences from prototyping.- IRIS - A mapping assistant for generating designs from requirements.- Recast: A tool for reusing requirements.- A design tool for object oriented databases.
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Number Of Pages: 396
Published: 25th April 1990
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.57