The Somusar/Software Production Technique[tm] is a new, highly efficient, cost-effective
technique to produce software source code, featuring an
unprecedented flexibility and a broad range of applicability
in the field of multilayer - or multifacet - software development.
The reference industrial model for the Somusar/Software Production Technique[tm] has been
the process of automated precision molding of physical objects,
that allows to produce virtually any type of object
with a high degree of quality and efficiency. In a similar way,
the Somusar/Software Production Technique[tm] enables the high-speed, high-quality production
of virtually any type of source code file for practically
any kind of software development projects.
This document provides an overview of the Somusar/Software Production Technique[tm] - in short,
SoProTech[tm]. After a short description of the benefits of the technique,
followed by a concise presentation of the underlying
software perspective, the document introduces the following concepts:
Finally, a short discussion on projects involving the SoProTech, and
on the applicability of the SoProTech within the broader scope of
software development projects concludes the document.
- Multifacet Somusar/Software Entities[tm];
- Somusar/Software Molds[tm];
- Generatable files;
- The Somusar/File Generation Scheme[tm];
- Somusar languages and language processors: Somusar/Sisendel[tm] and Somusar/Tefigel[tm], collectively referred to as the Somusar/Software Production Machine[tm].
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