Jirí Polák

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Business object relationship modelling (BORM) is a development methodology developed to capture Knowledge of typical business systems. It has been in development since 1993 and has proved an increasingly effective method which is popular with both users and developers. The effectiveness gained is largely as a result of a unified and simple method for(More)
BORM (Business Object Relationship Modeling) is a development methodology used to store knowledge of process-based business systems. It has been in development since 1993 and has proved an effective method, popular with both users and analysts. BORM is based on the combination of object-oriented approach and process-based modeling. In this paper, we present(More)
BORM Object Behavior Analysis (BOBA) is a first stage in a process of object modeling which has proved successful in a wide number of applications. This paper discusses this method and describes a simple application. One advantage of BOBA is the small number of concepts required combined with considerable expressiveness. In this way, BOBA is in the(More)
From the contents table it is clear that this book attempts to cover a large area. Such a task needs a very coherent presentation of ideas and facts. Unfortunately, such a consistent approach is sadly missing in this text. Instead, it jumps from example to example. Almost every new chapter introduces a whole new set of examples rather than attempts to build(More)