Applying UML and Patterns An Introduction To Object Oriented by Larmen, FOWLER

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There is a high level plan (called the Phase Plan) that estimates the project end date and other major milestones, but it does not detail the fine-grained steps to those milestones. A detailed plan (called the Iteration Plan) only plans with greater detail one iteration in advance. Detailed planning is done adaptively from itera tion to iteration. Please see Chapter 36 for some comments on planning iter ative projects, and the justification for this approach. The case study emphasizes a relatively small number of artifacts, and iterative development, in the spirit of an agile UP.

Discipline Artifact Iteration-* Incep. 11 Business Modeling Requirements Domain Model Use-Case Model Vision Supplementary Specification Glossary Design Design Model SW Architecture Document Data Model Implementation Implementation Model Project Management SW Development Plan Testing Test Model Environment Development Case Elab. El. En s s s s s s s r r r r s s s s r s r Const. Cn Trans. 6 The Agile UP Methodologists speak of processes as heavy vs. light, and predictive vs. adaptive. A heavy process is a pejorative term meant to suggest one with the following qualities [FowlerOO]: • many artifacts created in a bureaucratic atmosphere • rigidity and control • elaborate, long-term, detailed planning • predictive rather than adaptive A predictive process is one that attempts to plan and predict the activities and resource (people) allocations in detail over a relatively long time span, such as the majority of a project.

The UP is an iterative process. Iterative development is a valuable practice that influences how this book introduces OOA/D, and how it is best prac ticed. 2. UP practices provide an example structure to talk about how to do—and how to learn—OOA/D. This text presents an introduction to the UP, not complete coverage. It emphasizes common ideas and artifacts related to an introduction to OOA/D and requirements analysis. What If I Don't Care About the UP? The UP is used as an example process within which to explore requirements analysis and OOA/D, since it is necessary to introduce the subject in the context of some process, and the UP (or the RUP refinement) is relatively widely used.

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