1st Edition

Stable Analysis Patterns for Systems

ISBN 9781498702744
Published May 22, 2017 by Auerbach Publications
316 Pages 120 B/W Illustrations

USD $155.00

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Book Description

Software analysis patterns play an important role in reducing the overall cost and compressing the time of software project lifecycles. However, building reusable and stable software analysis patterns is still considered a major and delicate challenge. This book proposes a novel concept for building analysis patterns based on software stability and is a modern approach for building stable, highly reusable, and widely applicable analysis patterns. The book also aims to promote better understanding of problem spaces and discusses how to focus requirements analysis accurately. It demonstrates a new approach to discovering and creating stable analysis patterns (SAPs).

This book presents a pragmatic approach to understanding problem domains, utilizing SAPs for any field of knowledge, and modeling stable software systems, components, and frameworks. It helps readers attain the basic knowledge that is needed to analyze and extract analysis patterns from any domain of interest. Readers also learn to master methods to document patterns in an effective, easy, and comprehensible manner.

Bringing significant contributions to the field of computing, this book is a unique and comprehensive reference manual on SAPs. It provides insight on handling the understanding of problem spaces and supplies methods and processes to analyze user requirements accurately as well as ways to use SAPs in building myriad cost-effective and highly maintainable systems. The book also shows how to link SAPs to the design phase thereby ensuring a smooth transition between analysis and design.

Table of Contents




Part I Introduction

Chapter 1 Stable Analysis Patterns Overview

Chapter 2 Applying Analysis Patterns through Analogy: Problems and Solutions

Chapter 3 A Pattern Language for Building Stable Analysis Patterns

Chapter 4 Model-Based Software Reuse Using Stable Analysis Patterns

Chapter 5 Stable Patterns’ Documentation: Templates, UML Forms, Rules, and Heuristics

Part II SAPs: Detailed Documentation Templates

Chapter 6 Competition Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 7 Corruption Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 8 Dignity Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 9 Trust Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 10 Accessibility Stable Analysis Pattern

Part III SAPs: Mid-Size Documentation Templates

Chapter 11 Reputation Stable Analysis Patterns

Chapter 12 Temptation Stable Analysis Pattern

Part IV SAPs: Short Documentation

Templates and Future Work and Conclusions

Chapter 13 Analysis Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 14 Deployment Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 15 Change Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 16 Propaganda Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 17 Fairness Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 18 Anxiety Stable Analysis Pattern

Chapter 19 Future Work and Conclusions


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