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  • Identification
  • Observations
  • Publications
  • Identification

    HFSP - Hierarchical and Functional Software Process description and enaction

    Observations

    HFSP has been developed at the Tokio Institute of Technology and is prototyped as a part of tha SAGE programming environment. It provides a functional approach based on the theory of attribute grammars.

    The basic idea is that activities are functions that produce output objects from given input objects. Activities are decomposed using grammar rules, and attribute rules describe input-output relationships in terms of those associated with subactivities.

    Institution

    Tokio Institute of Technology

    Publications

    /Katayama, 1989a/ An example of process description in HFSP
    /Katayama, 1988/ A hierarchical and functional approach to software process description

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