A Taxonomic Class Modeling Methodology for Object-Oriented Analysis

@inproceedings{Song2005ATC,
  title={A Taxonomic Class Modeling Methodology for Object-Oriented Analysis},
  author={Il-Yeol Song and Kurt Yano and Juan Trujillo and Sergio Luj{\'a}n-Mora},
  booktitle={Information Modeling Methods and Methodologies},
  year={2005}
}
An object-oriented analysis requires the identification of domain classes. Discovering a set of domain classes in a problem domain is intellectually challenging and time-consuming for novice analyzers. In this paper, we present a taxonomic class modeling (TCM) methodology that can be used for objectoriented analysis in business applications. In our approach, we synthesize several different class modeling techniques under one framework. Our framework integrates the noun analysis method, class… CONTINUE READING
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