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Domain architectures

Domain architectures

Models and architectures for UML applications

Daniel J. Duffy

390 pages, parution le 01/06/2004

Résumé

Domain Architectures describes and documents a number of recurring patterns and models which emerge in real-life software projects. A domain architecture is an archetype of a system designed to show functionality, behaviour and structure traits. It provides a top down view of a system - which has profound implications for system analysts, software developers and architects. It can enable developers to borrow or learn from design solutions that have worked in the same domain, and help to predict major system requirements.

This book describes how to accommodate system requirements by integrating them with one or more instances of a domain architecture. The artefacts of this process can then be mapped to the popular POSA and GOF design patterns.

Described and documented using UML (incorporating UML 2.0) models and meta-models, and concentrating on medium to large-scale systems, the domain architectures described in this book will help software professionals to build a stable architectural framework for high-quality systems.

The five domain architectures presented are:

  • Manufacturing (MAN)
  • Management and Information Systems (MIS)
  • Process Control and Real-Time (PCS)
  • Interactive and Access Control Systems (INT)

Access Control Systems (ACS)

Domain Architectures is a catalog or repository of proven solutions, and is a handbook and a reference for software professionals using object-oriented technology and UML to solve real-life problems.

L'auteur - Daniel J. Duffy

Daniel J. Duffy has been involved in software development projects using C++ and object-oriented design techniques since 1988. He organized the first C++ course in the Netherlands in 1989 and has worked on a variety of C++ projects in areas such as computer graphics, optical technology, process control and quantitative finance systems. In 1993 he worked on an early version of a large object-oriented system for derivatives' pricing and hedging models. He is designer/trainer and has trained mote than 2000 C++ developers in recent years.

A companion book to the current one is "Financial instrument pricing using C++" (Wiley 2004). Since 1996 he has written seven books on object-oriented design and programming. Daniel Duffy has a Phd in Numerical Analysis from Trinity College Dublin. He lives in the Netherlands with his wife Ilona and son Brendan.

Sommaire

  • Introducing and motivating domain architectures
  • Domain architecture catalogue
  • Software lifecycle and Datasim Development Process (DDP)
  • Fundamental concepts and documentation issues
  • Management Information Systems (MIS)
  • Process Control Systems (PCS)
  • Resource Allocation and Tracking (RAT) systems
  • Manufacturing (MAN) systems
  • Access Control Systems (ACS)
  • Lifecycle and composite models
  • Project resource management system: Manpower Control (MPC) system
  • Home Heating System (HHS)
  • Elevator Control System (ELS)
  • Order Processing Systems (OPS)
  • Drink Vending Machine (DVM)
  • Multi-tasking lifecycle applications
  • Summary of domain architectures
  • Using domain architectures and analogical reasoning
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Éditeur(s) Wiley
Auteur(s) Daniel J. Duffy
Parution 01/06/2004
Nb. de pages 390
Format 19 x 23,5
Couverture Broché
Poids 750g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780470848333
ISBN13 978-0-470-84833-3

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