Ppt on object oriented technologies

© K.Fedra 2000 1 Integrating GIS and environmental models object-oriented integration.

objects spatial objects and models: and models: functional objects and processes functional objects and processes through object-oriented design. links the basic elements: of GIS: of GIS: spatial objects spatial objects and models: and models: functional objects and processes functional objects and processes through object-oriented design. © K.Fedra 2000 8 Object-oriented/ distribution soil types soil types irrigation technology irrigation technology conveyance losses conveyance losses groundwater table /


Objectives Explain the elements of project management and the responsibilities of a project manager Describe how the UP disciplines of business modeling.

of current systems would be necessary to correctly handle record deletes Current business processes would need to reengineered to to support changes in existing system Existing system built on obsolete technology platforms Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process ABC Project: Scope & Change Control Key Issues Organization complexity greatly under estimated Analysis sessions involved as many as 50 to 60 people/


Facility Layout Planning

: Efficiency Process oriented layout: Flexibility Group Technology Grouping outputs with the same characteristics to families, and assigning groups of machines and workers for the production of each family. Lay Out Introduction Objectives Factors Affecting Layout Selection and Design Types of Plant Layout Product Layout Process Layout Layout for Services Plant Layout for a Service Business Most of the concepts and techniques explained /


Chapter 14: Project Management

and use this decomposition to determine the work breakdown structure. Top-level decomposition can be functional or object-oriented. This approach is a deviation from traditional practices and may be feasible in certain domains with /communication needed among members Roles are defined on project basis When? Requirements change during development New technology develops during project Metamodel for Organizations Functional Organization Project Organization Matrix Organization Key Roles in Organizations /


Requirements Elicitation

(Technique: Layering) Two ways to deal with decomposition: Object-orientation and functional decomposition Functional decomposition leads to unmaintainable code Depending on the purpose of the system, different objects can be found What is the right way? Start with/within the application domain to avoid prescribing requirements that restrict the solution space unnecessarily (pushing specific technology, methodology or language) Mediate disputes before they get out of hand Watch out for political influences/


Amirkabir University of Technology, Computer Engineering Faculty, Intelligent Systems Laboratory1 Requirements Analysis Section Three Version: 1.0 Mehr.

concepts. Every method: –Has some steps for performing RA –Produces a set of OO models –Has a modeling language for representing models. What Amirkabir University of Technology, Computer Engineering Faculty, Intelligent Systems Laboratory67 Main OOA Methods Object Oriented Analysis Methods (About 50 methods, OO Methods War) –RA in Rational Unified Process Framework (1997) –Booch Method (1993): Booch’93 –Jacobson Method (1992): OOSE –Rumbaugh/


Estimation Object-Oriented Software Engineering West Rib 4 Days

Point Users Group http://www.ifpug.org/publications/case.htm C. Jones, Estimating Software Costs, 1998 S. Whitemire, Object-Oriented Design Measurement, John Wiley, 1997 B. Boehm, “Software Engineering Economics”, Prentice-Hall, 1981 Contains an Introduction to/ Uses both top-down and bottom-up elements Consists of 9 steps: Determine essential project characteristics Infrastructure, technology, team skills, experience… Use factors for fixed efforts and phases: Often derived from already finished phases /


Object-Relational DBMSs By Yao-Wen Tu CS157b12/09/2003 Prof. Sin-Min Lee.

as extensions to the relational model with some additional complexities. This potentially misses the point of object-orientation, highlighting the large semantic gap between these two technologies. This potentially misses the point of object-orientation, highlighting the large semantic gap between these two technologies. Relational DBMS The relational model was formally introduced by Dr. E. F. Codd in 1970 and has evolved since then, through a/


Madhya Pradesh Agency for Promotion of Information Technology 3days Residential Training for Asst e-Governance Managers Introduction to National e- Governance.

Governance Managers Integrated MMP - NSDG NATIONAL EGOVERNANCE SERVICE DELIVERY GATEWAY (NSDG) –Nodal Agency: Ministry of Communications & Information Technology (through Department of Information Technology) –Objectives Designed to provide core and common services like –Messaging, –Inter Gateway Messaging, –Authentication & Payment Gateway Interface, –National Services Directory etc. Orientation Training for District e-Governance Managers Integrated MMP – India Portal INDIA PORTAL WWW.INDIA.GOV.IN : –Nodal/


Using UML, Patterns, and Java Object-Oriented Software Engineering 14.2 Work Breakdown Structures Camp III Camp II Camp I.

 how familiar you and your team are with the project,  whether similar projects have successfully been performed in the past, and  how many new methods and technologies will be used. Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns, and Java 28 The Top Down WBS approach  Specify all activities required for the entire project to be finished  Determine all/


CHINHOYI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCES AND MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL MARKETING PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING BY DR GERALD.

orientation influences consumption patterns. “Buy American” versus buying abroad is an issue that will continue into the next decade. e). People’s view of nature. e). People’s view of nature. There is a growing trend toward people’s feeling of mastery over nature through technology/ the target customers, and provide supporting data for positioning to achieve a marketing plan objective. Businesses may develop product differentiation strategies, or an undifferentiated approach, involving specific products or/


9/4/2015 2:56:23 AM EEC IT Strategic Plan Deliverable #1 EEC FY 2007 Information Technology Strategic Plan Strategic Business Requirements and IT Baseline,

Erin Craft Regional Director Donna Cohen Avery Regional Director Tom Marino Regional Director Information and Technology Joan Clark Chief Information Officer Elizabeth Lovece Director of Apps Development Patrick LynchDirector of Tech /system development life cycle (e.g. Rational Unified Process, object orientations) knowledge Application Architect.Net system design, XML knowledge, extract-transform-load programming, object-oriented analysis and design, component architecture, Web architecture, build/release/


1 Mobile County Public School System Professional Education Personnel Evaluation Program (PEPE) Orientation to the Process Some slides originally prepared.

ROLE REQUIREMENTS  EVALUATEE: –Must participate in an annual orientation to the process.  EVALUATOR: –Must hold administrative /objectives. Thus, technology can be broader than, and not synonymous with, the use of computers. 58 Technology in Education In an educational setting, a teacher may address technology in the following ways:  Actual use of technology  Use of products of technology  Simulation of technology  Discussion/Activities around technology  Teaching the technology 59 Technology/


94.586 Object-Oriented Design of Real-time Systems...Winter 2001 C-1 Copyright C. M. Woodside 2001 Developing a Real-time System Architecture Perspective.

... minor impact Example issue: Changes in hardware are expected...processor, probe, interface idea... encapsulate the changes by a software interface. another: changes in software technology: OS, and software components idea... encapsulate with in-house interfaces 94.586 Object-Oriented Design of Real-time Systems...Winter 2001 C-13 Copyright C. M. Woodside 2001 Global analysis...organizational factors Management: build-vs-buy: ready to/


COMP5028 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design 2004 Ying ZHOU, School of IT, University of Sydney1 Requirement Elicitation Week 3.

use case Flow of Events (Basic flow and alternative flows)  Free form, informal natural language Special Requirements  Nonfunctional Requirements, Constraints Technology and Data Variations List  Technical variations in how something must be done 6-8 pm Wednesday Aug 11, 2004 COMP5028 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design 2004 Ying ZHOU, School of IT, University of Sydney 32 A sample use case Preface elements Process/


3DM Analyst Mine Mapping Suite Training Jason Birch, Managing Director ADAM Technology Copyright © 2009.

Object distance Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4Station 5Station 6 Ideal Image geometry for a calilbration project: 3DM Analyst Copyright © 2009 ADAM Technology Mining Analysis Software 3DM Analyst Terminology: Relative/Absolute Interior or Exterior Orientations have two sub-categories: Relative Orientation/points — repeat the last two steps. Step 2: Relative Orientations (Cont.) 3DM Analyst Copyright © 2009 ADAM Technology Mining Analysis Software 3DM Analyst 1.Digitise control points: Circular /


Object-Oriented Design Layers. 2 Layering Mechanisms Introduction to layering design principles Introduction to layering design principles Determining.

(‘yo-yo’) Approximately 10 steps Approximately 10 steps Other (Gamma) patterns may be used Other (Gamma) patterns may be used Approach is reusable (RT UML, component technology) Approach is reusable (RT UML, component technology) 9 Object-Oriented Design Some Definitions A task is a responsibility of a given layer A task is a responsibility of a given layer A service is a set of/


Tutorial 1: CAMLE: Caste-centric Agent-Oriented Methodology of Software Development -- Meta-model, Languages and Environment Hong Zhu Dept. of Computing.

Computing and Electronics School of Technology Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK Email: hzhu@brookes.ac.uk 24/3/2009 2 Outline Part 1: Background –What is agent-orientation? –Why agent-orientation? –Overview of agent-oriented software engineering Part 2: CAMLE methodology –Meta-model: conceptual model of agent-oriented systems –Modeling: language CAMLE and modeling environment –Specification: Language SLABS –Programming: Agent/object oriented programming in SLABSp Pure agent/


Using UML, Patterns, and Java Object-Oriented Software Engineering Chapter 4 Requirements Elicitation.

demonstrated in the second iteration Low priority Addressed only during analysis Illustrates how the system is going to be used in the future with not yet available technology. 51 Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns, and Java Requirements Analysis Document Template 1.Introduction 2.Current system 3.Proposed system 3.1Overview 3.2Functional requirements 3.3Nonfunctional requirements/


1 Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns, and Java 1 Reminders The 0 th project reports (case) will.

demonstrated in the second iteration Low priority Addressed only during analysis Illustrates how the system is going to be used in the future with not yet available technology 41 Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns, and Java 41 1.Introduction 2.Current system 3.Proposed system 3.1Overview 3.2Functional requirements 3.3Nonfunctional requirements 3.4Constraints (“Pseudo/


Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 1999 6 PBR Concepts 6 PBR Concepts 7 Object-oriented Inspections 7 Object-oriented Inspections Contents 8 Summary 8 Summary.

technical dimension dimension Slide 1 Oliver Laitenberger Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering Review and Inspection Champions Forum Current Trends in Inspection Technology Current Trends in Inspection Technology Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 1999 6 PBR Concepts 6 PBR Concepts 7 Object-oriented Inspections 7 Object-oriented Inspections Contents 8 Summary 8 Summary 1 Goals 1 Goals 3 Why perform 3 Why perform inspections? inspections? 2 What is/


Module 1 Object-Oriented Software Engineering. Section 1: Software and Software Engineering.

be classified into Validation & Verification Deployment Managing the process 28 1.8 The Four Themes 1. Understanding the customer and the user 2. Basing development on solid principles and reusable technology 3. Object orientation 4. Visual modeling using UML 29 1.9 Difficulties and Risks in Software Engineering Complexity and large numbers of details Uncertainty about/


Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML. L19-Design.

to OMGs CORBA. DCOM is an Internet and component strategy where ActiveX (formerly known as object linking and embedding, or OLE) plays the role of DCOM object. Object-Oriented Database Systems The object-oriented database management system is a marriage of object-oriented programming and database technology to provide what we now call object-oriented databases. Object-Oriented Database System Manifesto Malcolm Atkinson et al. described the necessary characteristics that a system must/


Programming Technology Lab1 Declarative Meta Programming Dr. Kim Mens ( ) Programming Technology.

Implementation. In Proceedings of SACT 2000. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000  Roel Wuyts, A Logic Meta-Programming Approach to Support the Co-Evolution of Object-Oriented Design and Implementation. PhD thesis, Dept. of Computer Science, VUB, Belgium. January 2001 © Programming Technology Lab14May 2001 Applications of DMP  Architectural conformance checking  Use logic programs to declare software architectures declaratively and check them against the implementation  Kim/


王林章 软件工程组 南京大学计算机科学与技术系 Service-Oriented Architecture.

the first two of these are published interfaces, although the latter is a public interface.  Note that the SystemsManagement interface and ManagementService interface form a dual interface. Layered application architectures Object-oriented technology and languages are great ways to implement components. While components are the best way to implement services, though one has to understand that a good component-based application does not/


Using UML, Patterns, and Java Object-Oriented Software Engineering Chapter 4, Requirements Elicitation.

demonstrated in the second iteration Low priority Addressed only during analysis Illustrates how the system is going to be used in the future with not yet available technology 30 Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns, and Java 30 Requirements Analysis Document Template 1.Introduction 2.Current system 3.Proposed system 3.1Overview 3.2Functional requirements 3.3Nonfunctional/


Georgia Institute of Technology Workshop for CS-AP Teachers Chapter 1 Introduction to Object-Oriented Development.

–Responsible for selling the t-shirts Georgia Institute of Technology Objects have Responsibilities An object-oriented design –Determines the tasks to be done –Determines what objects will be responsible for each task No one object does everything Objects work together to accomplish tasks –The assignment of responsibilities is the key skill in object-oriented design Georgia Institute of Technology What is an Object? A person, place, or thing –That knows something/


Greg Stumpf – CIMMS/NWS/NSSLSpring 2009EWP Spring Experiment - Orientation 1 CIMMS / University of Oklahoma 2 NWS MDL 3 NSSL 4 NWS WFO OUN Location: National.

scans in less than 60 seconds at current data quality Multi-purpose use No moving parts Greg Stumpf – CIMMS/NWS/NSSLSpring 2009EWP Spring Experiment - Orientation PARISE Objectives To evaluate the operational utility of Phased Array Radar (PAR) technology during real- time operational warning situations and through playback of archive cases. To demonstrate and obtain forecaster feedback on basic adaptive electronic scanning of weather/


객체지향시스템 연구실 1 THE OBJECT-ORIENTED TECHNOLOGY: An Executive Summary 서울대학교 컴퓨터공학부 객체지향시스템 연구실 교수 김형주.

in all computer-related technologies in 2000s 객체지향시스템 연구실 8 What is Object-Oriented System?(1) u Object-Oriented Technology: u A way to develop and package Software that draws heavily from common experience and the manner in which real world objects relate to each other u Object-Oriented Systems: u All programming languages, tools and methodologies that support Object-Oriented Technology 객체지향시스템 연구실 9 What is Object-Oriented System?(2) u Features of Object-Oriented Technology 1. Object u data u/


Introduction to System Development with Java and OO Programming Illinois Institute of Technology School of Applied Technology ITM 311 Lecture 03 William.

-based Java Program!! January 28, 2013107IIT ITM 311 – Intro to System Development Using Java - Lecture 01 - Spring 2013 Conclusion Java is based on object-oriented technologies To understand Java, you need to understand the terminology of the world of object- oriented technology OO is a different way of thinking than the world of straight procedural coding. January 28, 2013108IIT ITM 311 – Intro to System Development Using/


Facility Layout Planning Introduction. Objectives of Plant Layout. Factors affecting Plant Layout. Types of Plant Layout. Plant Layout for a Service business.

: Efficiency Process oriented layout: Flexibility  Group Technology Grouping outputs with the same characteristics to families, and assigning groups of machines and workers for the production of each family. Lay Out Introduction Objectives Factors Affecting Layout Selection and Design Types of Plant Layout  Product Layout  Process Layout Layout for Services Plant Layout for a Service Business Most of the concepts and techniques explained /


Asif Nawaz University Institute of Information Technology, PMAS-AAUR Lecture 05: Object Oriented Programming:2014 Object-Oriented Programming in C++ Exception.

; int main() { int StudentAge; cout << "Student Age: "; cin >> StudentAge; Try { if(StudentAge < 0) throw; cout << " Student Age: " << StudentAge << " "; } catch(...) { } cout << " "; return 0; } Asif Nawaz University Institute of Information Technology, PMAS-AAUR Lecture 05: Object Oriented Programming:2014 int main () { try { throw 5; } catch (int a) { cout << "An exception occurred!" << endl; cout << "Exception number is: " << a << endl; } getch(); } Asif Nawaz University Institute of Information/


Joaquín Alegre Professor in Innovation Management

, Innovation Capabilities and Export Performance Conceptual background… Previous findings 150 Italian and Spanish SMEs 2006. Objective data 2004. Perceptual data Conceptual background… Our next step forward Entrepreneurial Orientation, Innovation Capabilities and Export Performance Conceptual background… Our next step forward TECHNOLOGY CAPABILITIES Schmookler (1966) INNOVATION CAPABILITIES MARKET CAPABILITIES DESIGN CAPABILITIES + design in some industries Our research model: direct link Entrepreneurial/


Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns, and Java L6 (Adapted For ISE 2005/6 By Ananda Amatya, University.

(e.g., internet version) Interface Engineering Provide the services of an existing system in a new environment Triggered by technology enabler or new market needs Example: Web Interface to an existing Car Rental System working on a network. Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns, and Java L6 (Adapted For ISE 2005/6 By Ananda Amatya, University of/


1 Applying Semantics to Service Oriented Architectures Oasis Symposium 2006 The Meaning of Interoperability 9-12 May, San Francisco Presenters: Adrian.

Verify that service execution occurred in the expected way OASIS Symposium 200621 Semantic Web Services = Semantic Web Technology + Web Service Technology Summary OASIS Symposium 200622 Overview Introduction to SWS –WSMO Introduction to SOA –WSMX Means of Interoperability /), Heraklion, Crete, 2005. [Kifer et al., 1995] Kifer, M., Lausen, G., and Wu, J. (1995). Logical foundations of object-oriented and frame-based languages. JACM, 42(4):741-843. [Kiffer et al., 2004] M. Kifer, R. Lara, A. Polleres, C/


vrije Universiteit amsterdamPostacademische Cursus Informatie Technologie Object-Oriented Software Engineering Anton Eliëns Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.

San Francisco project helps to solve these problems by offering developers Business Process Components, designed as frameworks that provides an object oriented infrastructure, a consistent application programming model, and some default business logic The frameworks make it easier to move to OO technology because developers use well-tested services instead of building their own. vrije Universiteit amsterdamPostacademische Cursus Informatie Technologie vrije Universiteit amsterdamPostacademische/


Chapter 4, Requirements Elicitation

(Technique: Layering) Two ways to deal with decomposition: Object-orientation and functional decomposition Functional decomposition leads to unmaintainable code Depending on the purpose of the system, different objects can be found What is the right way? Start / A set of acceptance criteria What is usually not in the requirements? System structure, implementation technology Development methodology Development environment Implementation language Reusability It is desirable that none of these above are /


ENGINEERING SYSTEMS with COORDINATION MODELS and TECHNOLOGIES Alessandro Ricci (DEIS, Università di Bologna in Cesena)

the systems –Despite of the technology used for developing actually agents and artifacts Technology picture (I) Web (HTTP+CGI/JSP/ASP/Servlets..) Distributed Object Model (Java RMI, CORBA, DCOM+/.NET...) Distributed Component Model (CORBAcomponents, EJB,.NET) > weak support for task-oriented approach Technology picture (II) Service-Oriented Infrastructures (Web Services, CORBAservices, Jini, OSGi,..) Agent-oriented (JADE,RETSINA,TuCSoN..) Coordination Technologies (TuCSoN, JavaSpaces...) > good support for/


1 US/UK International Technology Alliance (ITA) John Gowens ARL Collaborative Alliance Manager Jack Lemon MoD Collaborative Alliance Manager Dinesh Verma.

requirements and sensor- mission matching algorithms Information overload reduction techniques for military sensor networks FY08-09 Objectives Service Oriented Architecture for Sensor Networks Quality of Information (7) Deployment (8) Management (9) QoI Updated/Scavenging in Coalition Networks –Investigated scalable and efficient data dissemination in MANETs using a novel network coding technology, and improved data delivery ratio while reducing the overhead. –Developed a formal inter-domain meta-routing/


PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING BY DR GERALD MUNYORO

Marketing concept Profitable Offensive (rather than defensive) Integrated Strategic (is future orientated) Effective (gets results) Davidson (1972) Marketing management process Analysis/Audit - where are we now? Objectives - where do we want to be? Strategies - which way is best/Marketers should be aware of the regulations concerning product safety, individual privacy, and other areas that affect technological changes. They must also be alert to any possible negative aspects of an innovation that might harm/


ROOT INC. Real Object Oriented Technologies Copyright © Root Inc.1 Rural Area Network by Wireless Routers Root Inc. Hiroshi Mano

expands cover area. Telephony NFM Broadcasting WFM Data QPSK IP TelephonyBroadcastingData PSNTV/RadioData N NFMWFMQPSK ROOT INC. Real Object Oriented Technologies Copyright © Root Inc.4 Wireless IP Network Simple install Line of site communication 5km/6dBi : 30km///OD Remote AreaUrban Area Solar panel LAN VoIP PC DatabaseDataBase LAN Router The Internet ROOT INC. Real Object Oriented Technologies Copyright © Root Inc.12 Demonstration at Telecom Africa ITU pavilion Hall 5 #5405 Live demo of Telemedicine/


Pattern-Oriented Distributed Software Architectures Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt Professor of EECS Vanderbilt University Nashville,

e.g., global competition for customers & engineers Why We are Succeeding Now Recent synergistic advances in fundamental technologies & processes: Revolutionary changes in software process & methods: Open-source, refactoring, extreme programming (XP), advanced/the Wrapper Façade Pattern This pattern provides three benefits: Concise, cohesive, & robust higher- level object-oriented programming interfaces These interfaces reduce the tedium & increase the type-safety of developing applications, which descreases/


Conquering Complex and Changing Systems Object-Oriented Software Engineering Chapter 4, Requirements Elicitation.

will operate  The implementation language must be COBOL.  Must interface to the dispatcher system written in 1956. Bernd Bruegge & Allen Dutoit Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Conquering Complex and Changing Systems 10 What is usually not in the Requirements?  System structure, implementation technology  Development methodology  Development environment  Implementation language  Reusability It is desirable that none of these above are constrained by the client. Fight/


Directorate-General Information Society and Media – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Cracow Grid Workshop ‘06 – 16 October 2006 1 Wolfgang Boch.

Business Grids Directorate-General Information Society and Media – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Cracow Grid Workshop ‘06 – 16 October 2006 4 Objectives of Grid Research in FP6 eScience Industry&Business Grids Solve complex problems with high/Strategic Research Agendas  Important inputs for parts of SP ISTAG reports  General orientations Directorate-General Information Society and Media – European Commission Unit Grid Technologies Cracow Grid Workshop ‘06 – 16 October 2006 24 FP7: the aim ICT/


Agent and Object Technology Lab Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione Università degli Studi di Parma AOT LAB LAB Agent Paradigm: a Promising Approach.

refine and extend Web Ontology Language 2.Development of tools to engineer ontologies Two co-existing realities: ▫ Semantic web ▫ Object-oriented systems ◦ An ontology representation more in line with the OO data model 38 AOT LAB LAB P. Turci - Agent/M. Tomaiuolo, P. Turci, Agents for e-Business Applications, In Proc. AAMAS 2006, Hakodate, Japan 2006  Papazoglou, M.P.. Agent-oriented technology in support of e-business. Communication of ACM, 44(4):71-77, 2001.  Papazoglou, M.P. The World of e-Business: Web/


Chapter 4 Data Management: Warehousing, Access and Visualization

, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ 4.10 Data Visualization and Multidimensionality Data Visualization Technologies Digital images Geographic information systems Graphical user interfaces Multidimensions Tables and graphs Virtual reality Presentations Animation/ 1998, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ W4-A.5 Object-Oriented Programming Languages Pure Smalltalk Hybrid: C++ Also: Object-oriented Cobol Ada Objective C Object Pascal Actor Eiffel and more Decision Support Systems and Intelligent Systems, /


Service Oriented Architecture and (Multi-)Agent Systems Technology.January 11 th - 15 th 2010. Crisis Management in ALIVE Thomas Quillinan D-CIS Lab, Thales.

parties that play a part in the organisation (Basic) Ontology support  Creating roles/objectives/etc. adds their name as concept to a generated ontology  Roles/objectives/… can be named by selecting a concept from an existing ontology OperettA ALIVE EU FUNDED PROJECT 31 Service Oriented Architecture & (Multi)-Agent Systtens Technology January 2010. OperettA.check adds model validation to the organisational model editor  Validates organisational/


Chapter 4, Requirements Elicitation

provided by other game developers. What is usually not in the requirements? System structure, implementation technology Development methodology Development environment Implementation language Reusability Requirements Validation Requirements validation is a critical step in/lifecycle RequisitPro from Rational http://www.rational.com/products/reqpro/docs/datasheet.html DOORS (Dynamic Object Oriented Requirements System from Telelogic http://www.telelogic.com/products/doors/doors/index.cfm Types of Requirements/


Service-Oriented Architectures/Middlware

Usability for End Users Usability for Administrators Usability for Implementers Flexibility of Security Policy Independence of Security Technology Application Portability Interoperability Performance Object Orientation Role of an Object Request Broker (ORB) ORB Provides the Underlying Infrastructure for Supporting Interoperating Software Systems (Applications) Composed of Distributed Objects ORB Provides the Basic Request Delivery ORB Provides Interface Definitions Location is Transparent to the Caller and/


Technology Curriculum in the General Schools of Turkey Focus on the Previous “Work Education and the recent “Technology and Design” courses in the General.

mission of providing abilities to the individual for getting acquainted with working life and for self-orienting towards vocational prospects. National Philosophy of Technology Education In this sense, TE is one of the basic grades of transition to vocational and/in the name, content and applications. These distinctions became one of the main reasons for the deviations from the objectives during identification and application of the field content. “Work Education” Program in due since 1991 In Germany and /


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