OOSE


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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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The Common Object Methodology Meta-model Architecture (COMMA) design methodologies, including Booch, OMT, RDD, MOSES, SOMA, Martin/Odell, BON, Fusion, OOSE, Coad, Shlaer/Mellor, Firesmith, OBA, and ROOM;
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.
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.