IDEF1X

AcronymDefinition
IDEF1XIntegrated Definition for Data Modeling
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New SmartShapes symbols include more than 350 vendor-specific network equipment shapes, more than 300 shapes for specific software development methodologies and general software development projects, and IDEF0 and IDEF1X process and data flow shapes.
The newest release of Visible Advantage uniquely supports and integrates both IDEF1X and IDEF0 and enables Activity Based Costing (ABC) analysis of the costs for an organization's business processes.
2 is the only tool that integrates two key government standards, IDEF1X and IDEF0 in one system, eliminating the need for risky and untimely data exchange.
This version comes on the heels of the recent announcement from Visible on the availability of a 32-bit version of the popular Visible Analyst multi-user software engineering tool that now supports UML and IDEF1X notations.
It supports a range of structured and object methodologies, including UML, OMT, IDEF1X, Bachman, Information Engineering (Martin), Gane/Sarson, and Coad/Yourdon.
For increased flexibility, ERwin diagrams can now be displayed in IE (Information Engineering) or IDEF1X notation.
SA/BPR Professional enables users to build IDEF1X data models that specify business rules by documenting entities, attributes and relationships in a business system.
Other IDEF3 support includes a project management interface and integration with IDEF0 and IDEF1X.
System Architect is the only affordable client/server development and BPR tool family that supports all the IDEF methods (IDEFO, IDEF1X, IDEF3) for business process reengineering, structured analysis and design, object-oriented analysis and design (OMT/Rumbaugh, Booch '94, Coad/Yourdon and Shlaer/Mellor) and data modeling with a single common repository and user interface.
System Architect is the only affordable client/server development and BPR tool family that supports all the IDEF methods (IDEF0, IDEF1X, IDEF3) for business process reengineering, structured analysis and design, object-oriented analysis and design (OMT/Rumaugh, Booch '94, Coad/Yourdon and Shlaer/Mellor) and data modeling with a single common repository and user interface.