Applying Combinatory Logic Synthesis To Work With Existing Software Frameworks Public
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Software engineering is routinely based on the premise that one starts a development process by modeling the desired application domain of interest. Iteratively and incrementally over time, further details are added in a seamless transition to a final solution domain in which the final executable application is completed. This image is complicated when integrating third-party frameworks because the designers must learn the abstractions underlying these frameworks to properly use them. We demonstrate an approach that allows for the synthesize of code which otherwise would have been written manually, simply to satisfy the framework's concrete implementation. The approach is validated with a small case study.
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