Object-Oriented Development Process Practices, 1997


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The dataset forms part of the research information for a project entitled <i>Design Patterns for Reuse and the Software Development Life Cycle Model</i>. The aim of this project was to demonstrate the feasibility of incorporating patterns-based design techniques into an object-oriented development process model (industrial strength).

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The dataset is a tabulated set of responses to a questionnaire directed at computer professionals who utilise object technology. It was designed to extract information about current practice in the process of object-oriented development. The questionnaire was divided into six parts : General background. Project initiation : tasks. Requirements engineering : tasks, techniques and work products. Analysis modelling : tasks, techniques and work products. Design and implementation : tasks, techniques and work products. Respondents' details.

The sample consisted of persons/organisations expressing an interest in design patterns via the &lt

Postal survey

DOI http://doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-3933-1
Metadata Access https://datacatalogue.cessda.eu/oai-pmh/v0/oai?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=oai_ddi25&identifier=92a80cf73d6fe891598a82f0e1cf52550e642e6054dfc13c7df7a7ce62cbf9ae
Creator O'Callaghan, A., De Montfort University, Department of Computer Science; Farmer, R., De Montfort University, Department of Information Systems
Publisher UK Data Service
Publication Year 1998
Funding Reference Economic and Social Research Council
Rights Copyright De Montfort University; <p>The Data Collection is available to UK Data Service registered users subject to the <a href="https://ukdataservice.ac.uk/app/uploads/cd137-enduserlicence.pdf" target="_blank">End User Licence Agreement</a>.</p><p>Commercial use of the data requires approval from the data owner or their nominee. The UK Data Service will contact you.</p>
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Language English
Resource Type Numeric
Discipline Social Sciences
Spatial Coverage France; Germany (October 1990-); Italy; Sweden; United Kingdom