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Human–Computer Interaction Series
Developing complex, reactive, often real-time, software-intensive systems using a traditional, code-centric approach, is not an easy feat: knowledge is required from both the problem domain (e.g., power plant engineering), and computer programming. Apart from being inefficient and costly, due to the need for an additional programmer on the project, this can also result in more fundamental problems. The programmer, who implements the software, has no knowledge of the problem domain, or basicdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-51838-1_16 fatcat:rgnd6owc4nazfj6apbsn6kgjee