Yourdon methodology

Yourdon methodology

(programming)
The software engineering methodology developed by Edward Yourdon and colleagues in the 1970s and 1980s. "Yourdon methodology" is a generic term for all of the following methodologies: Yourdon/Demarco, Yourdon/Constantine, Coad/Yourdon.
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Object-oriented analysis and design focuses on objects as the primary agents involved in a computation; each class of data and related operations are collected into a single system entity, then classes are grouped into subject according to the Coad and Yourdon methodology [3].