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The Unified Software Development Process - (1999)

The Unified Software Development Process is a new software analysis and design process derived primarily from the three market leading OOA&D methods, Booch, OOSE (Use-Case), and OMT with ideas drawn from many other methods and input from many other parties. It is a component-based, use case driven, architecture centered, iterative and incremental developmental process that uses the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to represent models of the software system to be developed.

The Unified Software Development Process book describes, apart from the unified generic process and the different activities in developing a software system, the different models developed and evolved during the lifecycle of a system. It describes in an easy-to-understand way the different higher-level constructs – notation as well as semantics – used in the models. Thus stereotypes such as use cases and actors, packages, classes, stereotypes, interfaces, active classes, processes and threads, nodes, and most relations will be described intuitively in the context of a model. The Unified Software Development Process will go further then most OO A&D methods by describing a family of processes that incorporate the complete life-cycle of software.

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