volume 29, issue 5, P402-415 1986
DOI: 10.1145/5689.5691
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Abstract: A five-year experience with abstraction-based softioare-development techniques in the university environment indicates that the investment required to support the paradigm in practice is returned in terms of greater ability to control complexity in large projects-provided there exists a set of software tools sufficient to support the approach.

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