YOURDON Systems Method: Model-driven Systems Development
Yourdon Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Computers - 683 pages
The method described here draws upon twenty years of experience of YOURDON, Inc., whose business has been applying, adapting, and enhancing system development techniques. This intuitive, model-driven approach to systems development is suitable for both the business information and real-time engineering communities. YOURDON Systems Method (YSM) 3.0 has guided thousands of project teams and individuals, helping them meet tight project deadlines while satisfying user requirements and delivering successful solutions within budget.
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abstract data type access flow allowed associative entity specification attribute bSTD context diagram continuous data flow continuous event flow control process corresponding create data flow diagram data flow specification data items data process data store defined delete described detection discrete event flow discrete process discussed Enterprise Essential Model enterprise models entities and relationships entity or relationship entity relationship diagram entity-event table entry eSTD event list event specification event store example existing function function-entity table given Guidelines identified Implementation Model information aspect information model interface machine meaning minispec model components Modelling Tools operations organisation parameters parent ADT parent process Patient pencil and paper post-condition pre-condition process group real-world referred relationship frame relationship specification release of YSM response restriction rules Scheduled course sequence shown solution stimulus stored data structure subtype supertype system ERD System Essential Model techniques terminator Transition Diagram triggered update variable