Computer-Assisted Systems Engineering
Co-operative Award in Science and Engineering (Studentships)
Computer Added Software Engineering.
a written account of an engineering job as it was actually done, or of an engineering problem as it was actually encountered
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Computer Aided Software Engineering. Software methods and tools designed to generate code from models. Those involved in the CASE movement have always sought to make software generation more systematic and predictable. Software developers often use CASE tools to model business processes.
Computer Aided Software Engineering. Software that aids in application development including analysis, design, and code generation. CASE tools provide automated methods for designing and documenting traditional-structure programming techniques.
An acronym for: Computer Aided Software Engineering: a set of utilities/compilers/editors to manipulate a software source code at block-diagram level.
Computer-Aided Software Engineering the combination of graphical, dictionary, generator, project management and other software tools designed to assist in one or more phases of software development
CASE (computer aided software engineering) is the use of a computer assisted method to organize and control the development of software, especially on large, complex projects involving many software components and people. Using CASE allows designers, code writers, testers, planners, and managers to share a common view of where a project stands at each stage of development. CASE helps ensure a disciplined, check pointed process.
Computer-Aided Software Engineering is the use of object-oriented programming and other techniques to streamline generation of programming code.
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The acronym for Computer Aided System/Software Engineering. A computer application that facilitates through automated functions the process of designing databases, developing applications, and implementing software.
programming:(Computer Aided Software Engineering) Using computers themselves to help manage the complex task of writing software, especially large multi-part programs.
(Computer-Aided Software Engineering). The industrialization of software engineering techniques and computer technology to improve and automate the practice of information systems development.
initials for "Computer Aided Software Engineering." Computer tools that provide support for software engineering and manufacturing activities. Their perspective is on software only.
Computer Aided Software Engineering. The production of software by means of a methodology and specialised tools using a high quality graphics workstation.
Computer-Aided Software Engineering. CASE tools are defined programming rules for applying engineering principles, methods, techniques, and concepts. These tools assist in accomplishing a definable engineering task in the software design process by automating manual activities through structured prototyping. This technique reduces customised development time, supplying consistent code sets and supporting the entire software life cycle process.
Computer Aided Software Engineering. A category of software that provides a design and development environment for programming teams. CASE systems offer tools to automate, manage and simplify the software development process.
Computer Aided Systems Engineering
Acronym for computer-aided software engineering. [IEEE Stds Glossary
Computer-Aided Software Engineering (4)
Refers to Computer Aided Software Engineering.
Computer-Aided Software Environment (voir GIAO)
(Computer Aided Software Engineering) the use of computers to help with the development of software.
Computer-Aided Software Engineering ( CASE) is a collection of tools and techniques that promise revolutionary gains in analyst and programmer productivity. The two prominent delivered technologies are application generators and PC-based workstations that provide graphics-oriented automation of the development process.