An Object-Oriented Systems Analysis and Design Technique for Telemetry Systems
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AbstractObject Oriented techniques have been successfully applied to all phases of software development including Requirements Analysis, Design, and Implementation. There has been some reluctance to extend the Object paradigm into the System Analysis, Architecture Development, and System Design phases. This is due to reasons generally related to technology immaturity and concerns with applicability. Telemetry systems in particular appear to be somewhat slow in embracing object technology. The Range Standardization and Automation program has integrated proven techniques to successfully produce an Object-oriented Systems Model. This paper presents the techniques and benefits.
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