Business Language Analysis for Object-Oriented Information Systems

@article{McDavid1996BusinessLA,
  title={Business Language Analysis for Object-Oriented Information Systems},
  author={Douglas W. McDavid},
  journal={IBM Systems Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={35},
  pages={128-150}
}
Business language analysis grows out of a philosophy that treats business organizations as living systems. A key concern is the meaning of business information that provides adaptive survival advantage and strategic leverage. Popular object-oriented methodologies correctly recognize the need to identify business objects by analyzing the problem domain. The approach described in this paper fills in the details that are implied, but not specified by other methods. It builds a business language… CONTINUE READING

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