OORTs/ProDeS: Definição de Técnicas de Leitura para um Processo de Software Orientado a Objetos

Regiane Aparecida Marucci José Carlos MaldonadoGuilherme H. TravassosSandra C. P. F. Fabbri

Usually the establishment of inspection activities and of reading techniques is discussed without explicitly considering a software development process. Particularly, for the OO (Object Orientation) approach the techniques are associated with the UML (Unified Modeling Language) notation. The fact that the UML being independent of a particular development method or process makes difficult defining and implementing the software quality assurance activities, such as VVT (Validation, Verification and Testing) activities. The lackness of a process allows that the set of UML diagrams can be freely chosen by the developer for a specific application development. Moreover, the way the diagrams are used and the interpretation of the UML concepts may vary inside the same development environment. It should be pointed out that the inspection activity is one of the essential activities required to a process be considered CMM level 3. The OORTs (Object Oriented Reading Techniques) are defined for a subset of the UML notation, considering a generic, simplified software process and are to be applied, essentially, in the design phase. In this paper it is defined a set of reading techniques to integrate inspection activities into an OO software development process based on the UML notation, named ProDeS/UML, which already defines testing activities along its development phases. This set of reading techniques is named OORTs/ProDeS and consists of both the integration of OORTs and the definition of new reading techniques in the context of ProDeS/UML.

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