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  • Identification
  • Institution
  • Observations
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  • Identification

    FUSION Method

    Institution

    Hewlett Packard - Laboratories

    Observations

    by Coleman, D.: Fusion is a systematic software development method for object-oriented software that was developed at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in Bristol, England. The method integrates and extends the best features of earlier methods, including OMT, Booch and CRC. Fusion is a full-coverage method, providing a direct route from a requirements definition through analysis and design to a programming language implementation.

    Bibliography

    /Coleman, 1994/ Object-Oriented Development - The Fusion Method

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