A Productivity Analysis of Nonprocedural Languages.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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The emergence of so-called nonprocedural languages promises the elimination of many of the problems encountered in managing information systems, as well as increasing productivity, by offering a flexible, easy to learn, user friendly language to interact with the host language. This thesis investigates nonprocedrual languages in general, with particular attention paid to the languages FOCUS aan RAMIS II, in order to ascertain the benefits and drawbacks of these languages, assess the fulfillment of vendor claims, examine their investment viability, and explore user satisfaction.
- Information Science
- Computer Programming and Software