This book aims to allow the readers to evaluate the role of computer-aided software engineering (CASE) and read about other's experiences using CASE tools and methods. CASE is described as the automation of software development. Until now, most of the information published about CASE has focused on the development of the CASE tools. This book provides information on what trends and issues have developed with the implementation of this phenomenon. Its features include: management of CASE; evaluating CASE tools and methods; CASE as a methodology; CASE and application development; future trends of CASE; actual case studies of organizations who have implemented CASE; hypertext uses and European perspectives of CASE.