From Function Driven Systems Engineering to Object-Oriented Software Engineering

This paper describes a model-based system and software development process that combines both function-driven systems engineering and object oriented software engineering. The key part of this "Integrated Process" is the "Bridge" between the two paradigms. Tools chosen to demonstrate the Integrated Process are the I-Logix tools Statemate, for the function-driven systems engineering, and Rhapsody in C ++ for UML-based software engineering. Rules can be established on how an architectural design model built with Statemate will be translated to a UML model for further software design and implementation with Rhapsody. The outlined mapping is not limited to Rhapsody. Rather, the Statemate-to-UML Bridge is equally applicable to any UML-based software design automation tool.

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