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Understanding the nature of programming, development, and runtime environments
written by Norman Chonacky
This report concerns programming and/or development environments for producing applications, or any application intended only for use in a runtime environment. It provides information about the character of these three environments (programming, development, and runtime) including comparison and contrasts among their "costs" and "benefits." We mean these terms apply to the task of delivering applications to conduct numerical scientific computations.
Series Name:  uComp Perspectives
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General Physics
- Computational Physics
- Graduate/Professional
- Lower Undergraduate
- Upper Undergraduate
- Instructional Material
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© 2008 Norman Chonacky
Keywords:
application development, application versatility, development time, programming resources
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Metadata instance created October 18, 2008 by Bruce Mason
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August 25, 2015 by Bruce Mason
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October 17, 2008
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