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Information Systems Transformation by Philip Newcomb, William M. Ulrich

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Chapter 11. Model-Driven Reverse Engineering of COBOL-Based Applications

Contents

  • Goals 284
  • Modernization Context 285
  • Modernization Approach 286
  • Case Study Description 288
  • Reverse Engineering Method 289
  • Method Industrialization 294
  • Lessons Learned 294
  • Perspectives: Generalizing the Approach 295
  • Conclusion 298
  • References 299

ABSTRACT

Model-Driven Development (MDD)[1] is a proven paradigm for constructing cost-effective applications. The MDD design cycle satisfies time-to-market constraints. Inspired by object-orientation (OO programming languages, OO databases, OO analysis and design methods), MDD promotes software quality, reusability, and maintainability. Models,[2] which are first-class components in the development process, also facilitate ...

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