INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION.

Timothy Lindquist, C. S. Ku, R. M. Robinson

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Abstract

This chapter addresses trends, issues, and technology related to interactively developing programs in strongly typed programming languages such as Pascal, PL/1, and Ada. This chapter reviews the different levels at which human-computer communication can occur and presents the primitives that incorporate these levels into a programming interface. The responsiveness of command driven human-computer communication is characterized and extended to programming environment features, and a representation structure for programs is presented. The structure together with needed operations provide the support to implement a highly integrated development environment.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationAmsterdam, Neth
PublisherElsevier (Adv in Hum Factors/Ergon 2)
Number of pages25
ISBN (Print)0444425675
StatePublished - 1986
Externally publishedYes

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Computer programming
PL/1 (programming language)
Pascal (programming language)
Communication
Computer programming languages
Interfaces (computer)

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Lindquist, T., Ku, C. S., & Robinson, R. M. (1986). INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION. Amsterdam, Neth: Elsevier (Adv in Hum Factors/Ergon 2).

INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION. / Lindquist, Timothy; Ku, C. S.; Robinson, R. M.

Amsterdam, Neth : Elsevier (Adv in Hum Factors/Ergon 2), 1986. 25 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Lindquist, T, Ku, CS & Robinson, RM 1986, INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION. Elsevier (Adv in Hum Factors/Ergon 2), Amsterdam, Neth.
Lindquist T, Ku CS, Robinson RM. INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION. Amsterdam, Neth: Elsevier (Adv in Hum Factors/Ergon 2), 1986. 25 p.
Lindquist, Timothy ; Ku, C. S. ; Robinson, R. M. / INTEGRATED TOOLS FOR PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION. Amsterdam, Neth : Elsevier (Adv in Hum Factors/Ergon 2), 1986. 25 p.
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