Modern Object-Oriented Software Development Approaches and Models

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1-2 Activity: Modern Object-Oriented Software Development Approaches and Models They Produce

In their 1999 book The Unified Software Development Process, the authors of Unified Modeling Language (UML) noted that any modern object-oriented approach to developing information systems must be use-case driven, architecture-centric, and iterative and incremental. 

Using your preferred UML drawing tool, draw your responses visually. Use any shapes you think are appropriate for your diagrams. Draw a diagram depicting the three basic properties of the modern software development processes. Draw another diagram depicting the models produced by these processes.

Links to UML drawing tools:

  • SNHU Microsoft Imagine Premium: Visio
  • Atomic Learning: Visio 2016
  • Online Support

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

  • What is meant by these three basic properties of modern software development processes?
  • What are the three views or models that an architecture-centric process produces? Explain what these views or models describe.

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