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Component-Based Development for Enterprise Systems

Component-Based Development for Enterprise Systems
Applying the SELECT Perspective

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Part of SIGS: Managing Object Technology

  • Date Published: January 1998
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521649995

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  • This ground-breaking book distills the experience of the authors in dealing with problems in industry that can be solved by using the SELECT Perspective. A pragmatic, component-based approach for the development of enterprise systems, the SELECT Perspective comprises a unique blend of techniques, architecture, and process. Enterprise software development presents challenges of sheer scale and complexity that continue to accelerate at a terrific pace. Businesses are becoming increasingly adaptive and are calling for software that is more and more flexible. Component technology holds the promise of solving these problems, but there are some complications. For example, many organizations continue to struggle with the challenge of integrating their legacy systems with the newer technology. The approach in this book offers a streamlined set of modeling techniques based on Unified Modeling Language (UML); uses a serviced-based architecture that provides an overall design philosophy for reusable software that addresses the needs of the business, not the technology; and is a clearly defined software process that provides guidance on how to employ the knowledge base of available techniques.

    • Offers a streamlined set of modeling techniques based on UML (Unified Modeling Language)
    • Uses a service-based architecture that provides an overall design philosophy for reusable software that addresses the needs of the business
    • Defines clearly the software process that provides guidance on how to employ the knowledge base of available techniques
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    ' … this book is well worth reading, both for its solid overview of component modelling and for the thought-provoking sections on Select's Perspective. It's also an easy read, with good humour, helpful diagrams, and clear organisation. I would advise you to pick up a copy for your library, and read it on your next trip out of town'. Alan Zeichick, Software Development Online

    ' … this book is well worth reading, both for its solid overview of component modelling and for the thought-provoking sections on Select's Perspective. It's also an easy read, with good humour, helpful diagrams, and clear organisation. I would advise you to pick up a copy from your library, and read it on your next trip out of town'. Alan Zeichick, Software Development Online

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    Product details

    • Date Published: January 1998
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521649995
    • length: 490 pages
    • dimensions: 244 x 170 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.77kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Overview
    2. The perspective architecture
    3. Business process modeling
    4. Use case modeling
    5. Class modeling
    6. Object interaction modeling
    7. State modeling
    8. Business oriented component modeling
    9. Component modeling of legacy assets
    10. Deployment modeling
    11. The perspective process
    12. The solution process
    13. The perspective process
    14. Perspective teams
    15. Case study: VWX Software Inc.
    Appendix A. Deliverables
    Appendix B. Relational mappings
    Glossary.

  • Author

    Paul Allen

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