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Object lifecyles - modeling the world in states
1. The World of Systems Analysis. 2. The Object-Oriented World. 3. A Review of Information Modeling. 4. Object Lifecycles. 5. Coordinated Lifecycles. 6. Object Processes. 7. Managing the Work. 8.Expand
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Oriented systems analysis: modeling the world in data
1. Why Information Modeling? 2. Basic Ideas. 3. Objects. 4. Attributes. 5. Relationships. 6. Constructions Involving Many Objects. 7. Representation of the Informal Method. 8. Techniques. 9. The RoleExpand
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Recursive Design of an Application-Independent Architecture
The authors' development method focuses on a systematic process using precise specification of system components to create application-independent architectures with a high degree ofExpand
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An object-oriented approach to domain analysis
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Shlaer-Mellor method
Background. The Shlaer-Mellor Method is a well-defined [1, 2, 3] and disciplined approach to the development of industrial-grade software. It is based on the object-oriented paradigm, and hasExpand
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A Comparison of OOA and OMT
OMT. In general terms, OMT allows the analyst a lot of flexibility as to what information to capture in the models and how to represent that information. In OMT, readability of the models is highlyExpand
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Shlaer-Mellor Method: The OOA96 Report
ing the various roles allows us to model the meaning of an Employee SUPERVISES Employee (1:Mc) relationship explicitly between the differentiated role objects. In our example this meaning is now castExpand
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Modeling the world in data
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