Wolfgang Eder, Gerti Kappel, Jan Overbeck, Michael Schrefl,
"A Case Study in Object-Oriented Modelling (= Re-Engineering a Non Object-Oriented System with Object-Oriented Methods)"
, 9-1992, Technical Report 8/92, Institute of Statistics and Computer Science, University of Vienna
A Case Study in Object-Oriented Modelling (= Re-Engineering a Non Object-Oriented System with Object-Oriented Methods)
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Several methods for object-oriented system development have been published by the scientific community. Recently, industrial software developers are also attracted by the object-oriented paradigm and consider switching from structured analysis and structured design to an object-oriented approach to system development. A question commonly asked by industry is, how both approaches compare on industrial applications. To investigate on this issue, a case study has been undertaken. A configuration management system, which had originally been developed following the structured analysis and design approach in an industrial environment, has been re-developed using an object-oriented modeling technique. The paper gives an overview of the object-oriented analysis, the object-oriented design, and the object-oriented implementation. It discusses the main lessons learned by the case study.
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Technical Report 8/92, Institute of Statistics and Computer Science, University of Vienna