KADS


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We believe that there might be more than one KADS and that one of these substances might be steroid sulfatase, which is an aryl-sulfatase-C enzyme.
The authors introduce KADS object, a non-proprietary set of cognitive patterns, as a specific framework for enabling object-oriented analysis and design.
BSI) has announced the commercial availability of KADS OBJECT(TM), a proprietary methodology for developing knowledge-based systems.
Additionally, BSI has pioneered the development and implementation of KADS OBJECT(TM), a proprietary object-oriented design methodology for modeling KBS applications.