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Distributed Programming - CORBA

Distributed Programming - CORBA

Distributed Programming - CORBA Marc Conrad D104 (Park Square Building) Marc.Conrad@beds.ac.uk These slides: CORBA and the OMG An example CORBA implementation Client ORB Server The Common Object Request Broker Architecture CORBA The Common Object Request Broker Architecture

By sandra_john
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Generative Techniques for Real-Time Embedded Systems

Generative Techniques for Real-Time Embedded Systems

Generative Techniques for Real-Time Embedded Systems. David Sharp david.sharp@boeing.com The Boeing Company St. Louis, Missouri. ComponentFacade. Component Pattern Structure. Based on Façade Design Pattern*. ComponentConsumer. ComponentSupplier1. ComponentSupplier2.

By Olivia
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Conceptual Modeling of Geographic Databases - Emphasis on Relationships among Geographic Databases

Conceptual Modeling of Geographic Databases - Emphasis on Relationships among Geographic Databases

Conceptual Modeling of Geographic Databases - Emphasis on Relationships among Geographic Databases. Anders Friis-Christensen National Survey and Cadastre. Outline. Geographic data Conceptual foundation Conceptual modeling What and why Modeling geographic data

By Sophia
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Unified Modeling Language

Unified Modeling Language

Unified Modeling Language. The Unified Modeling Language™ (UML) was developed jointly by Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson, and Jim Rumbaugh with contributions from other leading methodologists, software vendors, and many users. The UML provides the application modeling language for:

By bernad
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Chapter 9 Designing Classes

Chapter 9 Designing Classes

Chapter 9 Designing Classes. Chapter Goals. To learn how to choose appropriate classes to implement To understand the concepts of cohesion and coupling To minimize the use of side effects To document the responsibilities of methods and their callers with preconditions and postconditions .

By bina
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UML

UML

UML. OVERVIEW OF UML :- We need a Modeling Language! We will use the Unified Modeling Language, UML), Provides a standard for artifacts produced during development – (semantic models, syntactic notation, and diagrams: the things that must understood, controlled, and exchanged.

By gari
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Current Status of SysML and UPDM- A DoDAF Profile by Paula Obeid President Embeddedplus Engineering For INCOSE Orla

Current Status of SysML and UPDM- A DoDAF Profile by Paula Obeid President Embeddedplus Engineering For INCOSE Orla

Current Status of SysML and UPDM- A DoDAF Profile by Paula Obeid President Embeddedplus Engineering For INCOSE Orlando Chapter May 15, 2008. Why Model Systems?. Manage Complexity Ability to abstract detail, drill down for details Improve communications

By angie
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Introduction to Management Information Systems Chapter 6 System Development

Introduction to Management Information Systems Chapter 6 System Development

Introduction to Management Information Systems Chapter 6 System Development . HTM 304 Spring 06. What Systems to be developed. Many different types of systems in the organization. Integrated Systems (e.g. ERP, etc). Inter –Organizational Information Systems (B2B, SRM, etc.). Other

By augustin
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UML – What’s all the Fuss about?

UML – What’s all the Fuss about?

UML – What’s all the Fuss about?. Simon Horwith CTO Etrilogy Ltd. Presentation Topics. What is UML? Where did UML Come From? Why UML? How does UML work? UML facts and fiction. What is UML?. Unified Modeling Language

By senta
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Software Design

Software Design

Software Design. Objectives To explain how a software design may be represented as a set of interacting objects that manage their own state and operations To introduce various models that describe an object-oriented design To show how the UML may be used to represent these models

By kordell
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Design Patterns and Refactoring

Design Patterns and Refactoring

Design Patterns and Refactoring. History. A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction, Christopher Alexander, 1977 The Timeless Way of Building, Christopher Alexander, 1979

By Rita
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History of UML

History of UML

History of UML. In the beginning…. In 1965 the first object-oriented (OO) programming language, Simula I, was introduced. Almost immediately interest in OO design began to rapidly grow. This led to the emergence of numerous competing OO design methods. From the primordial ooze….

By saul
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Chapter 11 & 12

Chapter 11 & 12

Chapter 11 & 12. Entity-Relationship (E-R) Model. Agenda. Characteristics of E-R Model Components of E-R Model Example of E-R Model Enhanced E-R Model. Characteristics of E-R Model. Semantic data model Express the logical properties of an enterprise database

By soo
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Algorithms

Algorithms

8. Algorithms. Foundations of Computer Science ã Cengage Learning. Objectives. After studying this chapter, the student should be able to:. Define an algorithm and relate it to problem solving. Define three construct and describe their use in algorithms.

By erna
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OBJECT-ORIENTED MODELING and DESIGN in UML

OBJECT-ORIENTED MODELING and DESIGN in UML

OBJECT-ORIENTED MODELING and DESIGN in UML.

By doctor
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Distributed Component Systems Overview and Course Objectives

Distributed Component Systems Overview and Course Objectives

Distributed Component Systems Overview and Course Objectives. Prof. Steven A. Demurjian, Sr. Computer Science & Engineering Department The University of Connecticut 371 Fairfield Road, Box U-255 Storrs, CT 06269-2155. steve@engr.uconn.edu http://www.engr.uconn.edu/~steve (860) 486 - 4818.

By nell
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Welcome to CS680!

Welcome to CS680!

Welcome to CS680!. Tue Thu 7pm - 8:15pm :-( http://www.cs.umb.edu/~jxs/2007/680. Course Topics. Some basics in software engineering Software design Unified Modeling Language (UML) Design patterns Software architectures Software testing Unit testing, etc. Tools

By azra
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Conceptual Modeling in UML

Conceptual Modeling in UML

Conceptual Modeling in UML. A super-short introduction . by Ambjörn Naeve. amb@nada.kth.se. http://kmr.nada.kth.se. Concept Formation. Aim :. Concept formation helps us . to disregard what is inessential. by creating idealised structures. that focus on what is essential .

By aleda
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Model Driven Architecture: An Introduction Richard Mark Soley, Ph.D. Chairman and CEO

Model Driven Architecture: An Introduction Richard Mark Soley, Ph.D. Chairman and CEO

Model Driven Architecture: An Introduction Richard Mark Soley, Ph.D. Chairman and CEO. OMG’s Vision. The Global Information Appliance. Heterogeneity is Permanent. Programming languages ~3 million COBOL programmers ~1.6 million VB programmers ~1.1 million C/C++ programmers Operating systems

By southern
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CS487 Software Engineering Omar Aldawud aldaoma@iit.edu

CS487 Software Engineering Omar Aldawud aldaoma@iit.edu

CS487 Software Engineering Omar Aldawud aldaoma@iit.edu. http://www.cs.iit.edu/~oaldawud/CS487. What is SW Process?. When building a Product it’s important to go through a series of predictable steps, road map , that help you create a timely, and high-quality result.

By louise
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