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WikiWiki weaving heterogeneous software artifacts

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WikiWiki weaving heterogeneous software artifacts
Good documentation benefits every software development project, especially large ones, but it can be hard, costly, and tiresome to produce when not supported by appropriate tools and methods. The documentation of a software system uses different artifacts, namely source code, for low-level internal documentation, and specific-purpose models and documents, for higher-level external documentation (e.g. requirements documents, use-case specifications, design notebooks, and reference manuals). All these artifacts require continual review and modification throughout the life-cycle to preserve their consistency and value. Good software documents are often heterogeneous, i.e., they combine different kinds of contents (text, code, models, images) gathered from separate software artifacts, a combination usually difficult to maintain as the system evolves over time, considering that source code, models and documents are typically produced and maintained separately in multiple sources usin...
Ademar Aguiar, Gabriel David
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Updated 26 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WIKIS
Authors Ademar Aguiar, Gabriel David
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