Booch

Booch

An object-oriented analysis and design method developed by Grady Booch, when he was chief scientist at Rational Software. See object references and Rational Rose.
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Each package is equivalent to a category as defined by Grady Booch [18].
Booch (1999), The Unified Modeling Language : Reference Manual, Addison-Wesley.
Jacobson, Booch and Rumbaugh introduced in 1999 the Unified Software Development Process (USDP) as a software engineering process standard (Booch et al.
The major part of these concepts could be found in object-oriented methods, such as Object-Oriented Analysis (OOA) (Coad & Yourdon, 1990), Object-Oriented Design (OOD) (Coad & Yourdon, 1991), Grady Booch (Booch, 1991), Object Modeling Technique (OMT) (Rumbaugh et al.
Editor Booch (UML founder) and contributors outline object-oriented methods using the Unified Modeling Language 2.
From log analysis, the well encountered several potentially productive zones over a gross interval in the Senora Sand from 2291 to 2235 feet; the Thurman Sand formation from 2618 to 2626 feet; the Earlsboro Sand formation from 2712 to 2732 feet; and the Booch Sand from 3244 to 3268 feet.
Open source software (OSS), which is becoming increasingly popular and important (Brown & Booch 2002; Ruffin & Ebert 2004), is computer software that has its source code made available under an open source definition (OSD) based license (Open Source Initiative 2005).
Strong secondary objectives are the Hunton at 3,720', the Cromwell at 2,900', Union Valley at 2,800', the Upper Gilcrease at 2,500' the Booch at 2,300', the Bartlesville at 1,900' and the Croweberg at 1,100'.
Grady Booch, Chief Scientist of Software Engineering, IBM
In these past fifteen years, I am proud of what we, and the UML community, have accomplished," commented Grady Booch, IBM Fellow, Chief Scientist for Software Engineering, IBM Research.