This paper describes a novel approach to program script generation. The goals are twofold: to allow a number of different software packages to be implemented together and to permit a user with little or no programming skill to produce executable code. The principles and requirements of such a system are discussed and an outline approach is suggested. A case study based on electric motor design is presented for which early results are encouraging. Future development is considered in conclusion.
Evans, L., Grout, V, Staton, D. & Hawkins, D., (2009)’Integration Methodologies for Disparate Software Packages with an Emphasis on Usability. (Proceedings of the Fifth Collaborative Research Symposium on Security, E-Learning, Internet and Networking SEIN 2009, 26-27 November 2009, pp81-90 held in Darmstadt, Germany: Plymouth University
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Evans, Lyndon; Grout, Vic; Staton, Dave; and hawkins, Dougie, "Integration Methodologies for Disparate Software Packages with an Emphasis on Usability" (2009). Computing. Paper 28.