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SODA: not just a drink! From an object-centered to a balanced object-process model-based enterprise systems development

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1 Author(s)
Dori, D. ; Technion, Israel Inst. of Technol., Haifa

Two software system lifecycle development paradigms have been competing on the minds and hearts of software developers and executives: The traditional object-oriented approach and the emerging service-oriented architecture (SOA) or SO development of application (SODA). While OO puts objects and their encapsulated behavior at the center stage, emphasizing primarily rigid structure, SODA hails services as the prime players to cater primarily to behavior. We discuss the new SOA technologies from the extended enterprise and the service network all the way to the atomic service level and show that object-process methodology (OPM), which strikes a unique balance between structure and behavior, is most suitable as the underlying SOA-based lifecycle engineering approach. Using OPCAT, the OPM-supporting systems modeling software environment, we construct the top level diagram of a model of SODA and simulate it using animation in order to show how OPM conveniently serves as an ideal overarching comprehensive methodology that encompasses the entire spectrum of service-oriented enterprise systems development

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Model-Based Development of Computer-Based Systems and Model-Based Methodologies for Pervasive and Embedded Software, 2006. MBD/MOMPES 2006. Fourth and Third International Workshop on

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30-30 March 2006