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OOSE

(Object-Oriented Software Engineering) An object-oriented analysis and design method developed by Ivar Jacobsen. OOSE is known for its high-level design capabilities. See Rational Rose.
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Hay una correspondencia entre las transacciones del FPA y los casos de uso de OOSE, pero no hay una relacion de uno a uno entre ambos, es decir, un caso de uso podria ser contado como una o mas transacciones, dependiendo de las tareas que realice.
Para asegurar un mapeo consistente entre los modelos de OOSE y las transacciones de FPA Fetcke et al, (1997) han creado las siguientes reglas:
Rumbaugh will explore how the combined strengths of the OMT, Booch, and OOSE methods will support the entire software-development lifecycle, in both the short and the long term.
For example, transitioning to OOSE complicates the software manager's job.
in 1985 based on his dissertation about modeling concepts for large real-time systems, which became the theoretical foundation of his OOSE method as well as the Objectory process, method, and notation.