Open Modeling with UML

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Addison-Wesley, 2000 - Computers - 245 pages
Aimed at modellers and developers, this book focuses on the specific activity of modelling the software development process using OPEN principles and the UML notation. An accompanying CD-ROM provides a demo CASE tool, which can be used to practice the exercises in the text.

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Brian Henderson-Sellers

Brian Henderson-Sellers is Professor of Computer Science (Object Technology) at Swinburne University, Director of the Centre for Object Technology Applications and Research in Victoria and also a founder member of the OPEN Consortium. He is an internationally known methodologist in the field of Object Technology, and has authored many works on object-oriented metrics, metamodeling and methodology, including the companion volume The OPEN Process Specification.

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