Booch method


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Booch method

(programming)
A widely used object-oriented analysis and object-oriented design method.

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[Grady Booch, "Object-oriented Analysis and Design with Applications", 2nd edition. Benjamin Cummings, Redwood City, ISBN 0-8053-5340-2, 1993]
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In simple terms, the Booch method was particularly expressive during the design and construction phases of projects, OOSE provided excellent support for use cases as a way to drive requirements capture, analysis, and high-level design, and OMT-2 was most useful for analysis and data-intensive information systems.
It combines the notations used in the Booch method, Objectory, and OMT, applies some simplifications, and extends this with new features and diagrams.
The primary design method used on this project was the Booch method, modified to emphasize object interactions and types rather than just classes.