TEDIUM and the Software Processby Bruce I. Blum
For nearly a quarter of a century Bruce Blum has been implementing information systems. In this book he describes and evaluates a comprehensive environment called TEDIUM, for the development and maintenance of information systems. TEDIUM automates most of the software life cycle and has been used to implement large and complex systems, which are used routinely in life critical situations.
Blum reviews the software process, describes the TEDIUM environment, evaluates 8 years of operational experience, and identifies the factors that improve productivity.
Contents: Part I, Concepts. The Software Process, A Philosophical Framework. TEDIUM, MUMPS, and the INA Example. Part II, Description. The Data Model. Program Specifications. The System. Part III, Evaluation Evaluation of TEDIUM. Examination of the Software Process.
Bruce I. Blum is Principal Professional Staff, Applied Physics Laboratory, and Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. TEDIUM and the Software Process is included in the Information Systems Series, edited by Michael Lesk
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