Object-Oriented Development (OOD) Method
This sample was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM v12 diagramming and vector drawing software using the Rapid UML Solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Object Oriented Development (OOD) is a software development method in which the decomposition of the system is based on the concept of the object. The properties of an object are discussed in detail. OOD is a great advance in software engineering. This method helps manage the complex software-intensive systems. It provides a competitive advantage to the organizations, reduces the development time and resources, increases the code reuse.
Pic. 1. Booch OOD diagram.
This sample shows the Booch OOD diagram of the environment. The Booch method (developed by Grady Booch) is an object modeling language and methodology used in software engineering.
Using the Rapid UML Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM v12 you can create your own professional OOD Diagrams quick and easy.
All diagrams produced with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM v12 are vector graphic documents and are available for reviewing, modifying, and converting to a variety of formats (image, HTML, PDF file, MS PowerPoint Presentation, Adobe Flash or MS Visio).
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Booch OOD DiagramThe vector stencils library Booch OOD from the solution Software Engineering contains specific symbols of the Booch method such as class symbols, association symbols, aggregation symbols for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM v12 diagramming and vector drawing software. The Software Engineering solution is contained in the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Picture: Booch OOD Diagram
Gane Sarson DiagramDescribing the way data flows through an information system might become a subject of a study. One of the kinds on a data flow diagram is called Gane Sarson Diagram after its authors, and it slightly differs from other notations. Process symbols in this notation are depicted as rounded rectangles connected with arrows representing data flows.
This is a sample of data flow diagram. It demonstrates utilization of the Gane-Sarson notation for making DFD on the example of an online appointment system of the Health Centre. This sample is used the vector objects library of Gane-Sarson DFD notation supplied by the ConceptDraw solution for data flow diagramming. It contains all symbols of the Gane-Sarson notation including connectors, jumps, and processes. This solution can be successfully utilized to generate DFDs for business documentation, and presentations.
Picture: Gane Sarson Diagram
OOSE MethodThis sample shows the OOSE diagram with aggregation and composition associations.
Using the Rapid UML Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM v12 you can create your own professional OOSE Diagrams quick and easy.
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UML DiagramWhile developing software, it is very important to have a visual model, because it helps to represent the logic and the architecture of an application. Experienced engineers use UML diagrams to denote relationships between classes and their instances. UML is a general language for a set of diagrams like deployment diagrams, object diagrams or use case diagrams.
This diagram represents UML class diagram used for a software system development using an object-oriented method. Class diagrams are categorized as static structure diagrams that depict the physical structure of a system. Class diagram divides a software system's structure into "classes". Classes are defined by the methods and variables of objects. UML Class diagram is used to depict relationships and source code dependencies between objects.
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Software DiagramsIT world is extremely rational and logical. So what can be more precise than Software Diagrams to rate the results of work? Visual statistics is the best way to understand the data.
This figure demonstrates the data flow diagram (DFD), which was created to describe the electronic system of custom purchase. This is the process of buying using electronic bar code scanning system. Such systems are used in large stores. The cashier scans the bar code, the system outputs the data on the price of the goods and carries out a purchase process. This DFD utilizes the Gane/Sarson notation. To create it The ConceptDraw DFD solution has been applied.
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