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Joint Integrated Avionics Working Group (JIAWG) Object-Oriented Domain Analysis Method (JODA)

November 1992 Special Report
Robert R. Holibaugh

This 1992 report presents a case for the investigation and adaptation of structural and dynamic modeling techniques to the engineering of systems of systems.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

CMU/SEI Report Number

CMU/SEI-92-SR-003

DOI (Digital Object Identifier):
10.1184/R1/6575000.v1

Abstract

The Joint Integrated Avionics Working Group (JIAWG) Reuse Subcommittee has initiatives in several areas to demonstrate that reuse can effectively support the JIAWG programs, and the creation of reusable assets is an essential element of reuse. Domain analysis is the process that identifies what is reusable, how it can be structured, and how it can be used. This report describes a method for domain analysis that is based on Coad and Yourdon's "Object Oriented Analysis." This method, the JIAWG Object-Oriented Domain Analysis (JODA), includes several enhancements to the method of Coad and Yourdon and produces a domain model to support asset creation and reuse.