For software engineering courses, with a focus on object technology and software process. This book will illustrate how to help organizations evolve from ad hoc software development processes to a clearly-defined custom framework that builds on existing knowledge, can be monitored, and delivers significantly improved object-oriented software quality throughout the entire project lifecycle.
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The Unified Modeling Language (UML) gives you a chance to create a wide variety of software-engineering documents, but what are the steps required to build successful, even military-quality, software? Use Cases Combined with BOOCH/OMT/UML provides a "cookbook," or design guide, to creating software based on use cases, while stressing software requirements and testing.
This text begins with a discussion of its software methodology (which is based on Ivar Jacobson's Use Case methodology). The authors stress software requirements and a "requirements traceability matrix." This is the list of user requirements that will furnish a blueprint for design, implementation, and testing. Based on this requirements list, the authors discuss the use cases, which show how actors interact with software and hardware. The chosen single case study here is certainly idiosyncratic: a "habitat control center" for monitoring the air pressure, temperature, and oxygen level for 48 living quarters in a sealed environment. The chosen case study highlights the authors' belief that critical and reliable software can be created using their process.
Further steps in the design add classes (and groups of classes, called categories) to this requirements matrix. Along the way, this text provides project tracking and testing steps for validating software. All the major UML diagram types are introduced, including class, collaboration, statechart, and activity diagrams. The authors also pay attention to actual coding (or implementation) of their design. (Finished versions of their designs are provided in C++, Java, and Ada95 on the accompanying CD-ROM.)
In all, Use Cases Combined with BOOCH/OMT/UML shows that UML can work within a powerful software process that would seem to have a lot of potential to deliver on-time, highly robust software systems. It's up to readers to decide for themselves, but this software process seems to offer some real advantages. --Richard DraganFrom the Back Cover:
The first complete roadmap for building and customizing Object-Oriented software development processes.
With this book you can create a well-defined management and technical project infra-structure based on your existing methodology. Extending the highly effective Use Case model, OO experts Putnam Texel and Charles Williams address every step of the system/software development lifecycle, including:
* Requirements engineering and trace.
* Systems architecture.
* Software OOA and OOD.
* Language independent and language dependent OO design.
* Implementation, testing, and maintenance.
They show how an incremental, iterative approach to identifying, analyzing, designing, implementing and testing Use Cases can help you build a project infra-structure your entire team will have confidence in. Additionally they answer three very important questions: “Where are we going?” , “What do I do next?” , and “When am I done?” .
Texel and Williams unfold the process within the context of a case study designed to present virtually all major software development issues. Their techniques are specifically designed to help you build repeatable, measurable processes which meet the requirements of the SEI CMM. Better yet, these techniques leverage the OO methods you may already be using, and are fully consistent with UML Version 1.0.
Whether you're a project manager or a software engineer, with this book you have the tools to lead your organization away from ad hoc software development processes and improve the quality of the developed code and the productivity of the staff.
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Buchbeschreibung Prentice-Hall, 1997. Gebundene Ausgabe. Buchzustand: Gut. 512 Seiten Gepflegtes ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit den üblichen Kennzeichnungen (z.B. Barcode und Inventarisierungsnummer); in der Regel foliiert (Umschlag aus selbstklebender Folie). Zustand unter Berücksichtigung des Alters gut. Tagesaktueller, sicherer und weltweiter Versand. Wir liefern grundsätzlich mit beiliegender Rechnung. 1161937.01 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 930. Artikel-Nr. 560638