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Process Quality Assurance for UML-Based Projects by Bhuvan Unhelkar

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1.11. UML-Based Projects—Types

In “Best of Booch,” edited by Ed Eykholt [1996], Booch says, “While it is unfair to apply stereotypes to any specific projects we make some broad generalizations.” Booch then proceeds to highlight the differences between sizes of projects based on factors such as the language of implementation. For example, C++ projects tend to have large numbers of developers (in the hundreds), compared to Smalltalk development projects that have less than a couple of dozen developers. Further highlighting the “language debates” between projects, Booch says, “Such religious attacks are plain silly, but for some projects they do sometimes reflect a deeper truth.” We see here an attempt to classify projects in various groups such ...

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