||Object oriented modelling techniques and integrated CAD
||In integrated CAD different techniques are used to model variousaspects of the problem domain - information, activities, data and dataflow. Finally all models developed using different techniques must atleast co-operate which is not encouraged by different modelling techniques. We propose a modelling approach borrowed from object oriented software design introduced by Booch that offers methods and notations for both the static and the dynamic aspects of state and behaviour of the models and offers smoother implementations with object oriented languages and databases. The paper discusses the motives, the details of the proposed 00 modelling approach and an example from the domain of standards representation.
|Year of publication:
Turk Z (1992).
Object oriented modelling techniques and integrated CAD. Vanier D, Russell T (ed.); Computers and information in construction; Montreal, May, Canada (ISSN: 2706-6568),