Domain Oriented Systems Development: Principles and Approachesby Kiyoshi Itoh, Toyohiko Hirota, Satoshi Kumagai, Toyohiko Hirota, Satoshi Kumagai
Domain Oriented Systems Development is regonised as the principle discipline for the establishment of software reuse infrastructures within an organisation. Since 1993, the Special Interest Group for software engineering at the Information Processing Society of Japan has been studying the concept of domain analysis and modeling to improve software productivity and reusability. This book describes a framework for domain oriented systems development, dubbed D-AME (domain analysis, modeling and engineering), and includes various examples related to a sales domain, a business systems domain, an automatic tellers domain, a communication systems domain, a reactive plant domain and an expert system domain. This book will provide a useful resource for practitioners and researchers in the software and systems engineering fields.
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