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The user, programmer-analyst, programmable device chain of communication is analyzed as a type of authoritarian hierarchy. The elimination of the function of the programmer-analyst is presented as a desirable goal. The modus operandi of the programmer-analyst is discussed and analogs suitable for implementation on a programmable device are presented. These analogs are embedded in a computer simulation and tested. Problem areas are discussed and further areas of investigation are suggested.
Rochelle Fleischmann, "A Proposal for Example Induced Programming", . April 1979.
Date Posted: 16 November 2007