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Rapid software prototyping


Rapid Prototyping is an approach to software development which emphasizes quick implementation of a working program. This dissertation makes two principal contributions. First, it provides concepts, techniques, and a philosophy of Rapid Software Prototyping and characterizes the benefits and limitations of its use. Second, it makes a contribution to programming environments which support Rapid Prototyping. An experimental language, Castor, is described which was implemented to validate this approach in the prototyping of Ada programs*. The following summarize the main results of this research:


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