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OPM/Web - Object-Process Methodology for Developing Web Applications

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OPM/Web - Object-Process Methodology for Developing Web Applications
Web applications can be classified as hybrids between hypermedia and information systems. They have a relatively simple distributed architecture from the user viewpoint, but a complex dynamic architecture from the designer viewpoint. They need to respond to operation by an unlimited number of heterogeneously skilled users, address security and privacy concerns, access heterogeneous, up-to-date information sources, and exhibit dynamic behaviors that involve such processes as code transferring. Common system development methods can model some of these aspects, but none of them is sufficient to specify the large spectrum of Web application concepts and requirements. This paper introduces OPM/Web, an extension to the Object-Process Methodology (OPM) that satisfies the functional, structural and behavioral Web-based information system requirements. The main extensions of OPM/Web are adding properties of links to express requirements, such as those related to encryption; extending the zoomin...
Iris Reinhartz-Berger, Dov Dori, Shmuel Katz
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where ANSOFT
Authors Iris Reinhartz-Berger, Dov Dori, Shmuel Katz
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