Ch 9: Software Development Methodologies

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This engaging chapter offers a comprehensive overview of software development methodologies. Review our entertaining lessons, short quizzes and practice exam to boost your knowledge of these methodologies as you study for a test or work on a project or assignment.

Software Development Methodologies - Chapter Summary

Enhance your study of different software development methodologies using our engaging lessons. Our expert instructors make it easy to grasp the basics of domain-driven design, metadata, model-based testing and much more. Study the lessons during the timeframes and in locations that suit your schedule, thanks to around-the-clock computer and mobile access. If you have questions about specific lesson topics, feel free to submit them to our experts. When you're ready, check your knowledge of this chapter using our mini quizzes and practice exam. In no time, you will be ready to do the following:

  • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of model-driven engineering
  • Share examples of domain-specific language
  • Define and share examples of a metamodel
  • Exhibit knowledge of metadata management, tools and editing
  • Differentiate between taxonomy and ontology in information science
  • Provide facts about ontology in information and computer science
  • Identify and describe types of ontologies
  • Discuss methods and technologies for automatic programming
  • List examples of semantic translation
  • Describe the difference between semantic and communicative translation
  • Outline techniques for metaprogramming

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