Date of Award
Master of Science
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Thomas Hartrum, PhD
This document presents a methodology for developing an organizational process model which is based on the principles of object oriented design and formal software engineering methods. The methodology begins with the development of an object oriented Rumbaugh model (27). The Rumbaugh model is then formally specified in Z (Zed) schemas. Finally, the Z specifications are translated into an executable model in the Software Refinery Environment(TM). This model is described based on the AF wing domain and developed in this domain. The proposed methodology is then shown to produce a very general model which is extendable across almost any domain. The proposed methodology is also shown to be very general and tailorable for specific domain applications.
DTIC Accession Number
Hibdon, Vincent S., "An Object-Oriented, Formal Methods Approach to Organizational Process Modeling" (1995). Theses and Dissertations. 6144.