Adapting Analysis and Design to Software Context: The JECKO Approach
New object-oriented technologies have been developed in order to manage complexity inherent in new information system development. But developments are very different one from the others, and a given technique, notation or mechanism is used differently depending an the Software under consideration. Flexibility is required from the methodology with regards to the Software context.
We propose JECKO, a flexible approach to analysis and design rohere flexibility is handled through a fragmentation mechanism. In order to adapt the analysis and design activities, fragments are selected with regards to Software context. The chosen fragments constitute the route map built for the Software specificity.
KeywordsGraphical User Interface Design Activity Fragmentation Mechanism Business Object Prime Fragment
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