First published in 1993, this book explores the technical opportunities and constraints, vendors and users business objectives and critical success factors, and intellectually inspired advances in methodologies and techniques of Computer Aided Systems Engineering , or CASE for short. This book is designed to be read on its own as a high level guide to the strategies of the certain vendors.
Table of Contents
1. What Determines the Future of CASE? 2. Categories of CASE. 3. The Punter’s Dilemma: Choosing a Vendor Strategy. 4. The Hardware Vendors. 5. IBM: SAA and AD/Cycle. 6. IBM; AIX CASE. 7. Digital: NAS and COHESION. 8. ICL: CASE Partnerships and OPENframework. 9. UNiSYS: Integrated Information Architecture. 10. Hewlett Packard: NewWave and CASEdge. 11. Bull: Distributed Development Environment. 12. The Software Vendors. 13. Computer Associates: CA90s. 14. Software AG: Integrated Software Architecture and ENTIRE. 15. ORACLE: Open CASE Environment. 16. MSP:RDADE. 17. Softlab: Maestro II and E-CASE. 18. LBMS: Engineer Framework. 19. Texas Instruments: Information Engineering Facility.