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EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS

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0957-4174

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1873-6793

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  • Automated Reasoning Based User Interface
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    - EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS - Year 2017

    Motivation: The ability to directly trace how requirements are implemented in a software system is crucial in domains that require a high level of trust (e.g. medicine, law, crisis management). This paper describes an approach that allows a high level of traceability to be achieved with model-driven engineering supported by automated reasoning. The paper gives an introduction to the novel, automated user interface synthesis in...

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