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Software Blueprints - Lightweight Uses Of Logic In Conceptual Modelling (Cód: 9242267)

Robertson,David; Agusti,Jaume

Addison Wesley

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'Conceptual models are descriptions of our ideas about a problem, used to shape the implementation of a solution to it. Everyone who builds complex information systems uses such models - be they requirements analysts, knowledge modellers or software designers - but understanding of the pragmatics of model design tends to be informal and parochial. Lightweight uses of logic can add precision without destroying the intuitions we use to interpret our descriptions. Computing with logic allows us to make use of this precision in providing automated support tools. Modern information scientists need to know what these methods are for and may need to build their own. This book gives you a place to begin.'--BOOK JACKET. 'This book is an exciting and significant contribution to the state-of-the-art and the state-of-the-practice, providing intelligent guidance on how some major chasms can now be bridged between the scruffies and the formalists. Lightweight uses of logic may serve as an important key to the future of software development.' Daniel Cooke, University of Texas at El Paso ''Software Blueprints' is a timely contribution to the important field of conceptual modeling. It is a technical tour de force, yet also a very readable presentation for both newcomer and the old hand.' John Fox, Advanced Computation Lab, Imperial Cancer Research Fund Conceptual models are descriptions of our ideas about a problem, used to shape the implementation of a solution to it. Everyone who builds complex information systems uses such models - be they requirements analysts, knowledge modellers or software designers - but understanding of the pragmatics of model design tends to be informal and parochial. Lightweight uses of logic can add precision without destroying the intuitions we use to interpret our descriptions. Computing with logic allows us to make use of this precision in providing automated support tools. Modern information scientists need to know what these methods are for and may need to build their own. This book gives you a place to begin. Where do you start when building models in a precise language like logic? One way is by following standard paradigms for design and adapting these to your needs. Some of these come from an analysis of existing informal notations. Others are from within logic itself. We take you through a sample of these, from more commonplace styles of formalmodelling to non-standard methods such as techniques editing and argumentation. Each of these provides a window onto broader areas of applied logic and gives you a basis for adapting the method to your own needs. Features: - Associated web site with detailed supplementary material and links. - Numerous examples from different methodological disciplines. - End of chapter exercises to aid understanding. - Navigational icons in the margins to help guide the reader through the material. 0201398192B04062001 Software BlueprintsLightweight uses of logic in conceptual modellingDavid Robertson & Jaume Agust?Shelf category: Software EngineeringThis book is an exciting and significant contribution to the state-of-the-art and the state-of-the-practice, providing intelligent guidance on how some major chasms can now be bridged between the scruffies and the formalists. Lightweight uses of logic may serve as an important key to the future of software development.Daniel Cooke, University of Texas at El PasoSoftware Blueprints is a timely contribution to the important field of conceptual modelling. It is a technical tour de force, yet also a very readable presentation for both the newcomer and the old hand.John Fox, Advanced Computation Lab, Imperial Cancer Research FundConceptual models are descriptions of our ideas about a problem, used to shape the implementation of a solution to it. Everyone who builds complex information systems uses such models - be they requirements analysts, knowledge modellers or software designers - butunderstanding of the pragmatics of model design tends to be informal and parochial. Lightweight uses of logic can add precision without destroying the intuitions we u Foreword by Cooke, Daniel E Foreword by Fuchs, N E

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Marca Addison Wesley
Cód. Barras 9780201398199
Altura 24.13 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780201398199
Profundidade 1.70 cm
Referência 002735463
Acabamento Capa dura
Cor Branco
Ano da edição 1999
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 240
Peso 0.53 Kg
Largura 19.46 cm
AutorRobertson,David; Agusti,Jaume

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