Object-oriented analysis has become a key issue in today’s analysis paradigm. It is without question the most important element of creating what may be called the “complete” requirement of a system. Unfortunately, the industry is in a state of controversy about the approaches and tools that should be used to create object systems. This chapter will focus on developing the requirements for object systems and the challenges of converting legacy systems. Therefore, many of the terms will be defined based on their fundamental capabilities and how they can be used by a practicing analyst (as opposed to a theorist!).
KeywordsState Transition Diagram Component Object Transportation Vehicle Parent Object Object Diagram
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