An integrated approach to software development
An integrated approach to developing and documenting the requirements, specification, and design of software driven systems. Makes a clear distinction between requirements and behavioral specification and describes the user's view of a system in terms of a user conceptual model. Validation, verification and testing are integrated into the development approach.
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abstract accept statement action activity or process approach attribute behavioral specification Boolean Button-Classifier calculator capabilities characterize command communication Communication-Editor complete component-type skeleton component's computer system conceptual model consider constraints construct data objects data structure data type data-driven design database dataflow dataflow diagram default defined devices discussion display elements entity type enumeration type example expected expressed external Figure format function graph hardware identify implementation information hiding integer interact interpreter keystrokes lexical analyzer manual ments multisets node operating system organization output parameter particular perform permit ponent postcondition procedures processing step programming language Queue refer relation relevant requirements document responsible road map scheduling section describes selector software architecture software systems stack stimulus-response model storage units stored subgraph subprogram subsections system specification Task terminal tion transducer transition user interface user's value set world model