Software engineer translates the formulas to
computer code

Software engineer debugs the code

Software engineer writes a wrapper around the
algorithm for testing by mathematician

Mathematician changes the formula - Go back to
step 3

Software engineer documents the design (maybe)

Algorithm is integrated in a simulator for further
testing by domain expert

Domain expert changes the description of the
solution - go back to step 2

Environment changes - go back to step 1

Development process with KEEL:

Domain expert models and tests a solution to the
dynamic problem from within the KEEL Toolkit using the dynamic graphical
language

When testing is complete, the domain expert gives
automatically created code (conventional computer language: C, C++, C#, Flash,
Jave, JavaScript, Octave, Python, VB,…) to software engineer for
integration in application.

Environment changes - go back to step 1

Watch the creation of executable functionality in
< 10 Seconds: 10 second video

Watch the creation of a Configurable Non-Linear
System in < 30 Seconds: 30 second video

Summary:

These results can be achieved using the KEEL Dynamic
Graphical Language, because the models can be developed and tested by the
domain expert without requiring the use of complex mathematical formulas
(propositional calculus, etc) and attempting to transfer concepts to code
through multiple translations. The computer code is automatically generated
resulting in the elimination of "typographical coding errors".