A Case Study in Object Oriented Modeling, Architecting, and Designing an Enterprise Monitoring Application
NEVADA UNIV RENO GENETIC ALGORITHMS SYSTEMS LAB
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We describe the use of object oriented techniques for the specification, architecting, and design of an enterprise monitoring application. Monitoring applications provide situational awareness and monitor aspects of an enterprises activities. Drawing from a wide variety of static and dynamic data sources, they typically allow a user to specify items of interest, and drill down to obtain real-time or near-real time information on such items. Our paper describes the use of standard UML for modeling and the issues in architecting and designing our J2EE framework based application.
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