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ALSO CALLED: CASE, Computer-Aided Systems Engineering, Computer-Assisted Software Engineering
DEFINITION: CASE (computer-aided software engineering) is the use of a computer-assisted method to organize and control the development of software, especially on large, complex projects involving many software components and people. Using CASE allows designers, code writers, testers, planners, and managers to share a common view of where a project stands at each stage of development. CASE helps ensure a disciplined,  … 
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Pacbase™ Transformation Factory Extending the life of your Critical Business Applications
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Limited
PRESENTATION: Support for the CASE tool Pacbase will end in 2015, meaning your Pacbase-dependent business functions are at risk. In this resource, uncover new challenges that emerge as Pacbase support ends, and weigh your survival options in the post-Pacbase world.
Posted: 18 Apr 2013 | Published: 31 Dec 2012

Hewlett-Packard Limited

Survival guide to PACBASE ™ end-of-life
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Limited
WHITE PAPER: With the news of Pacbase's 2015 retirement, many organizations must find an alternative application strategy. This resource outlines your options in the post-Pacbase world, and offers advice and recommendations for realizing continued application success.
Posted: 18 Apr 2013 | Published: 31 Oct 2012

Hewlett-Packard Limited

CAE Analysis in a Hybrid Compute Environment
sponsored by Cray
PRESENTATION TRANSCRIPT: This presentation transcript will review of some of the recent technology enhancements for high performance computing, on the hardware side, and also how this technology could be leveraged in a hybrid compute environment, specifically targeted for computer-aided engineering, or CAE.
Posted: 11 Nov 2010 | Published: 11 Nov 2010

Cray
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COMPUTER-AIDED SOFTWARE ENGINEERING DEFINITION (continued): …  check-pointed process. A CASE tool may portray progress (or lack of it) graphically. It may also serve as a repository for or be linked to document and program libraries containing the project's business plans, design requirements, design specifications, detailed code specifications, the code units, test cases and results, and marketing and service plans.CASE originated in the 1970s when computer companies were beginning to borrow ideas from the hardware manufacturing process and apply them to software development (which generally has been viewed as an insufficiently disciplined process). Some … 
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