- Booch method
The Booch method is a technique used in
software engineering. It is an object modeling languageand methodology that was widely used in object-oriented analysis and design. It was developed by Grady Boochwhile at Rational Software(now part of IBM).
The notation aspect of the Booch method has now been superseded by the
Unified Modeling Language(UML), which features graphical elements from the Booch method along with elements from the object-modeling technique(OMT) and object-oriented software engineering(OOSE).
Methodological aspects of the Booch method have been incorporated into several methodologies and processes, the primary such methodology being the
Rational Unified Process(RUP).
Object modeling language
first = Grady
last = Booch
authorlink = Grady Booch
year = 1993
title = Object-oriented Analysis and Design with Applications
edition = 2nd ed.
location= Redwood City | publisher=Benjamin Cummings
id = ISBN 0-8053-5340-2
first = Robert Cecil
last = Martin
authorlink = Robert Cecil Martin
year = 1995
title = Designing Object-Oriented C++ Applications using the Booch Method
publisher = Prentice-Hall
id = ISBN 0-13-203837-4
* [http://www.ifra.ing.tu-bs.de/docs/BoochReferenz/ The Booch Method Reference] by Philipp Schneider (includes postscript version), featuring [http://www.ifra.ing.tu-bs.de/docs/BoochReferenz/class.html Class diagrams] , [http://www.ifra.ing.tu-bs.de/docs/BoochReferenz/object.html Object diagrams] , [http://www.ifra.ing.tu-bs.de/docs/BoochReferenz/state.html State Event diagrams] and [http://www.ifra.ing.tu-bs.de/docs/BoochReferenz/module.html Module diagrams] .
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