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OOAOut of Office Assistant (software: Microsoft Outlook)
OOAObject Oriented Analysis
OOAOhio Optometric Association (Worthington, OH)
OOAOut-of-Autoclave (manufacturing)
OOAOut of Area
OOAOut of Africa
OOAOracle of Ages (Zelda Series)
OOAOhio Osteopathic Association
OOAOpen Ocean Aquaculture
OOAOklahoma Osteopathic Association (est. 1900)
OOAOther Operating Assets
OOAOut of Air (SCUBA diving)
OOAOffice of the Americas (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
OOAOld Order Amish
OOAOn Or About
OOAOrder of Appearance
OOAOut of Ammo
OOAOffice of Agriculture (various organizations)
OOAOrdered Orthogonal Array
OOAOut Of Area/Action
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autoclave, OOA, or preformed RTM processes owing to the simplified manufacturing process, press, and tooling, which can be produced in aluminum or steel.
PCM is the company's OOA process that couples preheating and low-pressure preforming stations with conventional compression presses widely available in the auto industry (equipped with steel or aluminum tools with shear edges and stops).
The purpose of this article is to offer a sketch of the concept of the softgoal, for modeling and analyzing non-functional requirements, and to show how this can contribute toward a foundation for a goal-oriented requirements analysis, which complements and enriches OOA.
Shaler-Mellor OOA prescribes several separate levels of model organization (see Figure 1) to establish well-defined and consistnet granularity and abstraction.
This article explores patterns, how to find them, presents some patterns for object-oriented analysis (OOA) and object-oriented design (OOD) as well as providing examples and guidelines for applying them.
(1) An OOA process: A general-domain analysis technique (i.e., an analysis procedure, the "how to's");
Effective management of OOA requires practical metrics for assessing reuse, quality, productivity, and value in the new paradigm.