Mon, 30 Nov 1998 22:58:36 -0800
Integrated Systems and Internet Solutions, INC.
Samuel Mize wrote:
> One often uses a particular "pattern" or "paradigm" or "idiom"
> to develop a "chunk" of software. (Intentionally vague.)
> Such paradigms, among other things, always impose constraints
> on how the code should be written.
. . .
> Is there existing work on this kind of semantic support tool?
> Surely so. Can you give me a pointer to newsgroups, web sites,
> or good key words to search on (like names of prototype tools)?
As in most of computer science, there seem to be two approaches, the
declarative and the procedural :-)
For an example of the declarative approach, see the work at Utrecht:
For an example of the procedural approach, see Alencar and Lichtner's
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