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ISBN:0201675129
Author: Brian Henderson-Sellers
ISBN13: 978-0201675122
Title: Open Modeling with UML
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Language: English
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley; 1st edition (January 15, 2000)
Pages: 245

Open Modeling with UML by Brian Henderson-Sellers



Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-232) and index. The authors adopt a strong practical approach, drawing on their extensive experience and developing their arguments around two detailed case studies

OPEN Modeling with UML Brian Henderson-Sellers and Bhuvan. OPEN Modeling with UML Brian Henderson-Sellers and Bhuvan Unhelkar ACM Press "As you read this book you will find a well-defined and well-honed methodology for managing your own software development processes. Clear explanations of fundamentally difficult concepts make this book a major contribution to the literature and to future standardization in this area" - Richard Soley, Chairman and CEO, Object Management Group. Structure of the book: Chapter 1 overviews the OPEN process and the appropriate use of the UML within it Chapter 2 introduces the key aspects of UML, primarily focusing on the notational element Chapter 3 covers how OPEN supports modeling and discusses the modeling artifacts such as Tasks and Techniques, the tools and processes with which to build software complemented by UML as.

OPEN Modeling with UML. Brian Henderson-Sellers and Bhuvan Unhelkar. As you read this book you will find a well-defined and well-honed methodology for managing your own software development processes. Clear explanations of fundamentally difficult concepts make this book a major contribution to the literature and to future standardization in this area – Richard Soley, Chairman and CEO, Object Management Group. Brian Henderson-Sellers, Bhuva. Open Modeling with UML Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Open Modeling with UML from your list? Open Modeling with UML. by Bhuvan Unhelkar. Published January 15, 2000 by Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd).

By: Henderson-Sellers, Brian. Contributor(s): Unhelkar, Bhuvan. Publisher: Harlow, England ; New York : Addison-Wesley, 2000Description: xx, 245 p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 0201675129 (pb. Subject(s): UML (Computer science) Computer software - Development Computer simulation DDC classification: 00. /17. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Genel Koleksiyon, Main Collection.

Brian Henderson-Sellers (born January 1951) is an English computer scientist residing in Sydney, Australia, and Professor of Information Systems at the University of Technology Sydney. He is also Director of the Centre for Object Technology and Applications at University of Technology Sydney. Henderson-Sellers has received a BSc and . in Mathematics from the Imperial College London in 1972, a MSc from the Reading University in 1973, and a PhD from Leicester University in 1976.

Brian Henderson-Sellers, UTS, Australia. Bhuvan Unhelkar, Myriad Solutions, Australia. OPEN is the premier third-generation, process-focussed, public domain OO methodology. introduce and describe the UML (currently Version . ) by identifying the modeling Tasks and. Techniques pertinent to the OPEN process and then showing how the UML is used to document the. results. The tutorial will describe the OPEN methodology at an introductory level.

D Firesmith, B Henderson-Sellers, I Graham. BOOKTWO of object-oriented knowledge: the working object: object-oriented software engineering: methods and management. B Henderson-Sellers, J Edwards. A book of object-oriented knowledge: an introduction to object-oriented software engineering. Prentice-Hall, In. 1996. FAML: a generic metamodel for MAS development. G Beydoun, G Low, B Henderson-Sellers, H Mouratidis, JJ Gomez-Sanz

Books By Brian Henderson-Sellers. All Formats Paperback Hardcover. A Book of Object-Oriented Knowledge: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Software Engineering (Prentice Hall Object-Oriented Series) Aug 01, 1996. by Brian Henderson-Sellers. Open Modeling with UML Jan 15, 2000. by Brian Henderson-Sellers, Bhuvan Unhelkar. Book of Object-Oriented Knowledge: Object-Oriented Analysis, Design and Implementation : A New Approach to Software Engineering (PRENTICE HALL OBJECT-ORIENTED SERIES) (Bk. 1) Aug 01, 1996.

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OPEN Modeling with UMLBrian Henderson-Sellers and Bhuvan UnhelkarACM Press"As you read this book you will find a well-defined and well-honed methodology for managing your own software development processes. Clear explanations of fundamentally difficult concepts make this book a major contribution to the literature and to future standardization in this area" - Richard Soley, Chairman and CEO, Object Management Group."I have seen the software industry evolve over the past 33 years and in my opinion process discipline has been one of our most significant lacunae. OPEN with UML provides an extremely solid and powerful base for promoting the software process discipline, offering immense value to the still rapidly growing software industry. The new millennium in my home country of India, as well as worldwide, will benefit greatly from a simple and lucidly written work such as this." - Prabhat (S.D.)Pradhan, CEO, TATA Technologies India.OPEN (Object-oriented Process, Environment and Notation) addresses a number of key concerns facing IT professionals today. How do you deal with challenges encountered in migration, component integration, and Internet-based development, as well as higher-level process and project management issues? OPEN is a tailorable, complete 'process environment' which gives you the power to easily customize the development process to precisely fit with your individual organization's needs.This introductory-level book guides you through the basic concepts that you will need to master for using OPEN process in industry, and to understand the use of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) as its notational element. The authors adopt a strong practical approach, drawing on their extensive experience and developing their arguments around two detailed case studies. Primarily aimed at software developers needing to use an adaptable process to model with UML, this book will also help project managers and quality managers appreciate the use of a software development process together with a standardized notation. Structure of the book:Chapter 1 overviews the OPEN process and the appropriate use of the UML within itChapter 2 introduces the key aspects of UML, primarily focusing on the notational elementChapter 3 covers how OPEN supports modeling and discusses the modeling artifacts such as Tasks and Techniques, the tools and processes with which to build software complemented by UML as the notationChapters 4 and 5 consist of in-depth case studies: a library management system which illustrates how to use OPEN in a responsibility-driven style of development; and a small business loan system, an example of a use-case-driven large-scale software project for the Web Additional Features:step-by-step plan for using the book as the foundation for a two day seminar course (or three day course in conjunction with the use of a CASE tool) for industry training or teaching to senior-level studentsweb-site resource base at http://www.open.org.auappendix demonstrating the use of a process tool in applying the OPEN process
Reviews: 3
Xor
This book clearly delineate the boundary between UML and OPEN. The representation of the OPEN Process Framework using the UML notation highlights the strengths and weaknesses of UML and provide some insights on the missing links. The case studies are great reading. This book is highly recommended for professionals developing some process framework with a view of documenting the model using the UML notation.
wanderpool
After reading several books written by three Amigos, I find this book do the good job of teaching you how to develop OO systems using UML.
It distills the goodies of the OO Process chapter by chapter. Finally, two cases are used to illustrate the concepts and techniques presented.
Take this book if you want to equip yourself with OO technology