On acquisition of programming knowledge
- Amin, Ashok T.
- Nov 1, 1987.
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- For the evolving discipline of programming, acquisition of programming knowledge is a difficult issue. Common knowledge results from the acceptance of proven techniques based on results of formal inquiries into the nature of the programming process. This is a rather slow process. In addition, the vast body of common knowledge needs to be explicated to a low enough level of details for it to be represented in the machine processable form. It is felt that this is an impediment to the progress of automatic programming. The importance of formal approaches cannot be overstated since their contributions lead to quantum leaps in the state of the art.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19880007056.
Accession ID: 88N16438.
NASA. Marshall Space Flight Center, Third Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications, Part 1; p 427-431.
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