Adapting UML for an Object Oriented Systems Engineering Method ( OOSEM )

@inproceedings{Lykins2000AdaptingUF,
  title={Adapting UML for an Object Oriented Systems Engineering Method ( OOSEM )},
  author={Howard Lykins and Sanford Friedenthal},
  year={2000}
}
Object-oriented (OO) techniques have been used predominately by software engineers. Why would systems engineers want to add OO techniques to their existing practices? How should such techniques be adapted to be useful to systems engineers? This paper will show how an Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method (OOSEM) addresses these questions and how the use of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) at the systems engineering (SE) level can facilitate capture of system requirements and design… CONTINUE READING
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