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Volume 27, Number 3, Page 384 (1988)
Systems Application Architecture
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The Cross System Product application generator: An evolution

by W. K. Haynes, M. E. Dewell, P. J. Herman
An application generator is a generalized application development tool with which professional programmers develop applications using a fourth-generation language. This paper describes the requirements that led to the Cross System Product application generator, and how the product progressed from a single-environment product to the current multienvironment product. Also described are how the Cross System Product fits within Systems Application Architecture and how that may affect the future of the Cross System Product.
Related Subjects: Architecture; General Applications; Operating Systems; Programming