Domain Oriented Systems Development is the sixth volume in the Advanced Information Processing Technology series of the Information Processing Society of Japan. It draws together a collection of research papers on domain analysis and modeling written by a group of software engineers and researchers from Japan, Korea, Canada and Austria.
The topics covered include key concepts from domain-oriented systems development, feature oriented product line software engineering, software architecture for intelligent CAD, fully independent component architecture, interrelationships between requirements engineering and domain engineering, framework development and evolution, knowledge base development for product configuration systems, domain specific repository and reuse for CAI, domain framework based on the three-view model, business process analysis using IDEFO, and the generation of architecture product models.
Table of Contents
An Approach for Practical Applications of Domain Oriented Systems Development using Triplex Schema of Key Concepts. Feature Oriented Product Line Software Engineering: Principles and Guidelines. Software Architecture for Intelligent CAD Systems. Realization of Fully Independent Component Architecture. Requirements Engineering and Domain Engineering. The Know-it-all Project: A Case Study in Framework Development and Evolution. Rapid Knowledge Base Development for Product Configuration Systems using the Unified Modeling Language. A Domain Specific Repository and Reuse for Computer-assisted Instruction Systems. Developing Domain Frameworks Based on a Three-view Model. Development of a Support Tool for Business Process Analysis - Automatic Generation of IDEFO Diagrams. Generation of Architectural Product Models from CAD Drawings and its Application. Index.