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SUPPORT FOR CONSTRUCTING ENVIRONMENTS WITH MULTIPLE VIEWS John C. Grundy, John G. Hosking, Warwick B. Mugridge, and Robert W. Amor
 

Summary: SUPPORT FOR CONSTRUCTING ENVIRONMENTS WITH MULTIPLE VIEWS
John C. Grundy, John G. Hosking, Warwick B. Mugridge, and Robert W. Amor
Department of Computer Science Department of Computer Science Building Research Establishment
University of Waikato University of Auckland Bucknalls Lane, Garston,
Private Bag 3105, Hamilton, New Zealand Private Bag, Auckland, New Zealand Watford WD2 7JR, UK
jgrundy@cs.waikato.ac.nz {john,rick}@cs.auckland.ac.nz trebor@bre.co.uk
ABSTRACT
We describe several approaches to supporting the construction of
design environments with multiple views of common information.
We then outline a new approach that draws on the best of each of
them.
KEYWORDS
multiple views, view consistency, change descriptions,
constraints, view mapping languages, process modelling
1. INTRODUCTION
The design of complex artefacts typically involves multiple
designers sharing parts of an evolving design, using multiple
design notations and tools. There can be much overhead in inter-
notation translation and co-ordination of both design parts and
designers to maintain overall design consistency. Automating the

  

Source: Amor, Robert - Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences