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Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Software Process. Applying the Software Process
Using systematic development processes is an important characteristic of any mature engineering discipline. In current software p r actice, Software Design Methodologies SDMs are intended t o b e used to help design software more systematically. This paper explicitly shows, however, that one well-known example of such an SDM, Booch Object-Oriented Design BOOD, as described in the literature is far too vague to provide speci c guidance to designers, and is too imprecise and incomplete to be cdoi:10.1109/spcon.1994.344415 fatcat:vchglf7s75dj5g3bykons452pi