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Description of the COMMA Project

  • B. Henderson-Sellers
  • A. Bulthuis

Abstract

The COMMA project was initiated in January 1995 with a grant from the University of Technology, Sydney, to Professor Brian Henderson-Sellers, used to fund Mr Arjan Bulthuis to assist with the research. Agreement and support of the methodologists had already been gained by BH-S prior to the commencement of the project; and AB had recently completed his masters dissertation on metamodelling of 00 methodologies, but using a non-00 technique [9,87]. A list of twenty methodologies (Table 4.1) had been chosen from those represented by fully documented approaches. To this list were added later the more recently identified/published Class-Relation [26], the O0ram methodology [72], and Mainstream Objects [94]. Initially we hoped to be able to describe about ten of these (in fact we have done fourteen), whilst realizing that further work would be necessary after the initial deadline of June 30, 1995.

Keywords

Information Hiding Metadata Model Metamodelling Approach English Language Book Full Lifecycle 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Henderson-Sellers
    • 1
  • A. Bulthuis
    • 1
  1. 1.School of Computer ScienceSwinburne University of TechnologyHawthorneAustralia

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