This category is on BON, Business Object Notation, a modelling language to model business processes in object-oriented (OO) software development, a method and graphic notation for high level OO analysis and design. OO methods have unusual potential for code reuse and seamlessness. BON allows seamless analysis, design, and implementation for developing software. BON's creator was Jean-Marc Nerson, who completed it with Kim Waldén, Enea Data, Stockholm. The best known BON implementation is in the Eiffel programming language, but it works with any OO system.
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Treats many aspects of BON: overview, reversibility, contracts, book, BONsai diagram tool; by Kim Waldén, one of BON co-inventors.
An Introduction to BON
Brief, very clear document treats main ideas; text, diagrams, bibliography.
Seamless Object-Oriented Software Architecture: Analysis and Design of Reliable Systems
By Kim Waldén, Jean-Marc Nerson; Prentice Hall, 1994, ISBN 0130313033. In development, OO methods stand out in promise for code reuse and making program analysis, design, implementation a seamless process. [PDF]
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