ESEC '87: 1st European Software Engineering Conference Strasbourg, France, September 9-11, 1987. Proceedings

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Howard K. Nichols, Dan Simpson
Springer Science & Business Media, 1987 M12 9 - 404 pages
This volume contains the proceedings of the First European Software Engineering Conference, held at Strasbourg on September 9-11, 1987. The purpose of ESEC 87 was to provide a European forum for the interchange of ideas, and presentations of the current state of research and development in software engineering. The conference had over 400 participants, and papers were presented from all over Europe, Japan and North America. The book brings together the latest information on software engineering. Not only are working systems described but the latest research topics are also covered. The book will be of interest to all computer professionals as a rapid means of obtaining the state-of-the-art in the subject. The content will be of interest to practitioners and researchers alike. The papers are grouped into topics for easy reference and the whole of software engineering is covered. In particular the book contains much information on the important new topics of support environments. The reader will not only gain a knowledge of the subject but will also find which organisations and institutes are working in particular areas. The reader will gain both industrial and academic perspectives on the subject.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter
7
Chapter 39
24
Part A Standard Nonradioactive Labeling Systems
50
Chapter
56
Chapter 5
94
Labeling of Proteins During In Vitro Translation
137
Chapter 8
155
Chapter 44
494
Chapter 46
516
Chapter 48
526
New Tools for Multicolor Chromosome Analysis
539
Chapter 49
556
Chapter 50
573
Quantitative Formats
594
Chapter 54
617

5BrdU AAF Gold Labeling
168
Chapter 11
193
Chapter 13
216
Chapter 15
240
Chapter 17
253
Chapter 20
271
Chapter 23
289
Fluorescence Systems
327
Chapter 28
343
Strand Displacement Amplification SDA Target Amplification
356
TranscriptionMediated Amplification TMA Target Amplification
374
Streptavidin System
381
Signal Amplification
388
Chapter 35
407
Labeling and Detection of Nucleic Acids
432
Chapter 37
437
PNA PreGel Hybridization An Alternative to Southern Blotting
464
In Situ Formats
478
PCRCoupled Activation of Intercalating Dyes
635
Sequencing Formats
648
Chapter 59
675
Chemiluminescent Detection
689
Array Formats
713
Use of Oligonucleotide Arrays for Gene Expression Monitoring
738
Design and Programming
3
DONZEAUGOUGE C DUBOIS P FACON FJEAN F 21
21
Configuration Management in an Open Environment
35
Software Management Constraints and Action Triggering in
44
A Logic
55
Delta Technique and StringtoString Correction
64
ASDL An ObjectOriented Specification Language for Syntax
71
A Hybrid Interpreter in a Software Development Environment
80
Software Design Automation in an IPSE
89
Labeling of Biomolecules with Fluorophores
284
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