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Since 1996, Randall Hyde's The paintings of meeting Language has supplied a entire, plain-English, and sufferer creation to meeting for non-assembly programmers. Hyde's basic instructing software, excessive point Assembler (or HLA), comprises the various beneficial properties present in high-level languages (like C, C++, and Java) that will help you fast grab uncomplicated meeting suggestions. HLA helps you to write real low-level code whereas having fun with the advantages of high-level language programming.
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Figure 2-2. Dimensions Affecting Method Selection The other two axes are asymmetrical in that both agile and plan-driven methods are likely to succeed at one end, and only one of them is likely to succeed at the other. For Dynamism, agile methods are at home with both high and low rates of change, but plan-driven methods prefer low rates of change. The Personnel scale refers to the extended Cockburn method skill rating scale discussed earlier in the chapter. Here the asymmetry is that while plan-driven methods can work well with both high and low skill levels, agile methods require a richer mix of higher-level skills (see Figure 2-1).
A computational model of metaphor interpretation by James H. Martin