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Unpublished Paper
Methods and Tools for Developing Interactive Information Systems: an Historical Perspective
(2007)
  • Tony Wasserman, Carnegie Mellon University
Abstract
This paper describes the evolution of hardware and software technology over the past three decades, focusing on approaches for building interactive information systems and web applications. Successive generations of technology have used advances in hardware and software technology, along with increasingly sophisticated development methods and tools, to reduce development times and to produce a better user experience. After describing the key technology characteristics of each generation, this paper also describes the evolution of a specific methodology, User Software Engineering, from its origins in the 1970’s to its applicability to the development of modern applications.
Publication Date
2007
Citation Information
Tony Wasserman. "Methods and Tools for Developing Interactive Information Systems: an Historical Perspective" (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tony_wasserman/6/