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Successful Evolution of Software Systems

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In today’s fast-changing, competitive environment, having an up-to-date information system (IS) is critical for all companies and institutions. Rather than creating a new system from scratch, reengineering is an economical way to develop an IS to match changing business needs. Using detailed examples, this practical book gives you methods and techniques for reengineering systems for flexibility and reliability. It helps you reengineer a system to continue to provide for business critical missions as well as achieve a smooth transformation to an up-to-date software technology environment. What’s more, it shows you how to redevelop a flexible system that can evolve to meet future business objectives, reduce start time and save money in the reengineering process.

This unique resource places particular emphasis on the reengineering of legacy assembler systems using the FermaT workbench, and describes other widely available general techniques. The book poses the key questions that you need to address before reengineering can provide an integrated framework that reveals the answers. A built workbench is used to illustrate the approach with the application of real case studies.

About the Author

Hongji Yang is a reader at DeMontfort University in England. His previous positions include senior research assistant at Durham University and lecturer at Jilin University in China. Dr. Yang has done extensive research in the areas of software engineering and computer networking. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Durham University and a M. Phil. and B.Sc. in computer science from Jilin University in China. He has published extensively.

Martin Ward is a senior research fellow at DeMontfort University in England. He was previously a principal consultant, director and senior systems architect at Software Migrations, Ltd., as well as a visiting and research fellow and senior research assistant at the University of Durham. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science from St. Annes College, Oxford University. He has published extensively.

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