Tutorial: introduction to the Rational Unified Process reg;

TitleTutorial: introduction to the Rational Unified Process reg;
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsKruchten, P.
Conference NameSoftware Engineering, 2002. ICSE 2002. Proceedings of the 24rd International Conference on
Keywordsformal specification, notation, object-oriented programming, object-oriented techniques, open process framework, Rational Unified Process, software development, software engineering, software engineering process framework, software organizations, software process components, software tools, specification languages, UML, Unified Modeling Language

Summary form only given. The Rational Unified Process reg; (RUP reg;) is a software engineering process framework. It captures many of the best practices in modern software development in a form that is suitable for a wide range of projects and organizations. It embeds object-oriented techniques and uses UML as the principal notation for the several models that are built during the development. The RUP is also an open process framework that allows software organizations to tailor the process to their specific need, and to capture their own specific process know-how in the form of process components. Many process components are now developed by various organizations to cover different domains, technologies, tools, or type of development, and these components can be assembled to rapidly compose a suitable process. This tutorial introduces the basic concepts and principles, which lie under the RUP framework, and show concrete examples of its usage.


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