Unified Process Explained

ISBN-10: 0201742047
ISBN-13: 9780201742046
Edition: 2002
Authors: Kendall Scott
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Description: Presenting the Rational Unified Process (RUP) in simple terms, to help developers and managers get up-to-speed with this potentially complex methodology, Kendall Scott seeks to present technical material in a straightforward fashion.

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Book details

List price: $34.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional
Publication date: 11/26/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Presenting the Rational Unified Process (RUP) in simple terms, to help developers and managers get up-to-speed with this potentially complex methodology, Kendall Scott seeks to present technical material in a straightforward fashion.

List of Figures
Preface
Why This Book?
Organization of This Book
Acknowledgments
Overview
Introduction
History
Use Case Driven
Architecture-Centric
Understanding the Big Picture
Organizing the Development Effort
Facilitating the Possibilities for Reuse
Evolving the System
Guiding the Use Cases
Iterative and Incremental
Logical Progress Toward a Robust Architecture
Dealing With Ongoing Changes in Requirements
Greater Flexibility to Change the Plan
Continuous Integration
Early Understanding
Ongoing Focus on Risk
The Four Phases
Inception
Elaboration
Construction
Transition
The Five Workflows
Requirements
Analysis
Design
Implementation
Test
Iterations and Increments
Artifacts, Workers, and Activities
Artifacts
Workers
Activities
The Requirements Workflow
Introduction
Reach Agreement on the System Context
List Candidate Requirements
Identify and Negotiate Functional Requirements
Specify Nonfunctional Requirements
Artifacts
Domain Model
Business Model
Glossary
Actor
Use Case
User-Interface Prototype
Use Case Model
Architecture Description (View of the Use Case Model)
Supplementary Requirements
Workers
System Analyst
Use Case Specifier
User-Interface Designer
Architect
Activities
Build the Domain Model
Build the Business Model
Find Actors and Use Cases
Prototype the User Interface
Prioritize the Use Cases
Detail a Use Case
Structure the Use Case Model
The Analysis Workflow
Introduction
Artifacts
Analysis Class
Use Case Realization--Analysis
Analysis Package
Analysis Model
Architecture Description (View of the Analysis Model)
Workers
Architect
Use Case Engineer
Component Engineer
Activities
Perform Architectural Analysis
Analyze a Use Case
Analyze a Class
Analyze a Package
The Design Workflow
Introduction
Artifacts
Design Class
Use Case Realization--Design
Interface
Design Subsystem
Design Model
Architecture Description (View of the Design Model)
Deployment Model
Architecture Description (View of the Deployment Model)
Workers
Architect
Use Case Engineer
Component Engineer
Activities
Perform Architectural Design
Design a Use Case
Design a Class
Design a Subsystem
The Implementation Workflow
Introduction
Artifacts
Component
Interface
Implementation Subsystem
Implementation Model
Architecture Description (View of the Implementation Model)
Integration Build Plan
Workers
Architect
Component Engineer
System Integrator
Activities
Perform Architectural Implementation
Implement a Class
Perform Unit Test
Implement a Subsystem
Integrate the System
The Test Workflow
Introduction
Artifacts
Test Case
Test Procedure
Test Component
Test Model
Test Plan
Defect
Test Evaluation
Workers
Test Engineer
Component Engineer
Integration Tester
System Tester
Activities
Plan Test
Design Test
Implement Test
Perform Integration Test
Perform System Test
Evaluate Test
The Inception Phase
Introduction
Getting Started
Plan the Inception Phase
Expand the System Vision
Establish the Evaluation Criteria
Requirements Activities
Build the Domain Model
Build the Business Model
Find Actors and Use Cases
Prioritize the Use Cases
Detail a Use Case
Analysis Activities
Perform Architectural Analysis
Analyze a Use Case
Design Activities
Perform Architectural Design
Taking Stock
Assess Each Iteration
Assess the Phase as a Whole
Looking Ahead
Make the Initial Business Case
Do Initial Planning for the Elaboration Phase
The Elaboration Phase
Introduction
Getting Started
Plan the Elaboration Phase
Establish the Evaluation Criteria
Requirements Activities
Build the Domain Model
Build the Business Model
Find Actors and Use Cases
Prototype the User Interface
Prioritize the Use Cases
Detail a Use Case
Structure the Use Case Model
Analysis Activities
Perform Architectural Analysis
Analyze a Use Case
Analyze a Class
Analyze a Package
Design Activities
Perform Architectural Design
Design a Use Case
Design a Class
Design a Subsystem
Implementation Activities
Perform Architectural Implementation
Implement a Class
Perform Unit Test
Implement a Subsystem
Integrate the System
Test Activities
Plan Test
Design Test
Implement Test
Perform Integration Test
Perform System Test
Evaluate Test
Taking Stock
Assess Each Iteration
Assess the Phase as a Whole
Looking Ahead
Make the Full Business Case
Do Initial Planning for the Construction Phase
The Construction Phase
Introduction
Getting Started
Plan the Construction Phase
Establish the Evaluation Criteria
Requirements Activities
Find Actors and Use Cases
Prototype the User Interface
Prioritize the Use Cases
Detail a Use Case
Structure the Use Case Model
Analysis Activities
Perform Architectural Analysis
Analyze a Use Case
Analyze a Class
Analyze a Package
Design Activities
Perform Architectural Design
Design a Use Case
Design a Class
Design a Subsystem
Implementation Activities
Implement a Class
Perform Unit Test
Implement a Subsystem
Integrate the System
Test Activities
Plan Test
Design Test
Implement Test
Perform Integration Test
Perform System Test
Evaluate Test
Taking Stock
Assess Each Iteration
Assess the Phase as a Whole
Looking Ahead
Do Initial Planning for the Transition Phase
The Transition Phase
Introduction
Getting Started
Plan the Transition Phase
Establish the Evaluation Criteria
Activities
Get the Beta Release Out
Install the Beta Release
Respond to Test Results
Adapt the Product to Varied User Environments
Complete the Artifacts
Taking Stock
Assess Each Iteration
Assess the Phase as a Whole
Looking Ahead
Complete the Business Case
Do a Postmortem for the Project
Plan the Next Release or Generation
The Rational Unified Process
Workflows
Project Management
Business Modeling
Requirements
Analysis and Design
Implementation
Test
Configuration and Change Management
Environment
Deployment
Artifact Sets
Workers
Extreme Programming and the RUP
A High-Level View of XP
Values
Fundamental Principles
Development Practices
XP and the RUP: Common Ground
XP and the RUP: Key Differences
So, Is XP an Instance of the RUP Or Not?
The Iconix Process
Bibliography
Glossary
Index

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