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A Prototyping Method for Applications Development by End Users and Information Systems Specialists
James M. Kraushaar and Larry E. Shirland
Vol. 9, No. 3 (Sep., 1985), pp. 189-197
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/248948
Page Count: 9
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A prototyping development method is presented here which has the potential to reduce the growing application development backlog. Prior research and our findings indicate that a prototyping process can assist in the efficient development of application systems by breaking a complex problem into several comprehensive parts. A state-transition model of the IS development process is presented and discussed. A two-prototype method is explained in the context of this model. Two projects are described which are typical of development efforts made by end users in a microcomputer environment and IS specialists in a mainframe environment.
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