Objectory


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Objectory

(programming)
An object-oriented methodology mostly created by Ivar Jacobson.
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It was developed by Gustav Karner at Objectory Systems [11].
It was developed and standardized by the Rational Software and Data Management Group and was born out of the unification of three object-oriented modelling techniques: Booch, object modelling technique and objectory process.
This timely new book introduces the reader to three of the most popular and influential such elements; the Rational Objectory process, the Unified Modeling Language (UML), and Rational Rose.
In the commercialized variant of OOSE called Objectory, the term "block" has been replaced by the term "design object" [Objectory AB 1995a, p.
Jacobson founded the company that became Objectory, a design and development company that took advantage of his use-case approach and which was eventually acquired by Rational Software, where Jacobson started working with Grady Booch and James Rumbaugh to first create the UML.
As of this writing, Jacobson was looking forward to his record 11th OOPSLA conference where, along with Booch and Rumbaugh, he was to conduct a tutorial on UML and the Objectory process and, with Griss, a tutorial on reuse.
While serving as Deputy CEO of Objectory Corporation in the early 1990s, she collaborated closely with Ivar Jacobson, one of the inventors of what came to be known as the Rational Unified Process.
How to do this is also beyond the scope of this article, so we again refer to well-known CO methods like Objectory [3] and OORAM [4].
Ostling has deep experience in the development and implementation of Unified Modeling Language (UML), Rational Unified Process (RUP) and its predecessor, Objectory.
Presents a coherent picture of how to use object-orientation in system development, based on ObjectOry, a complete environment for the development of large software systems with an object-oriented approach.
In the early 1990s, Objectory was further expanded to include business engineering, thereby offering a more complete understanding of the business context to better capture software requirements.
Based on his twenty years of designing large-scale, real-time systems, Jacobson, the developer of Objectory, an early object-based design technique, describes a comprehensive process for such systems.