Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools facilitate the analysis and design of information systems. The ability of a CASE tool to support both object-oriented and traditional design approaches is highly desirable. In this research, we evaluate two widely used CASE tools using well defined criteria. The findings presented could assist decision makers in selecting appropriate CASE tools that provide the greatest functionality and flexibility.
|Presenter:||Ross Walker (Undergraduate Student)|
|Time:||10 am (Session I)|