|International Journal of Applied Information Systems|
|Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA|
|Volume 9 - Number 3|
|Year of Publication: 2015|
|Authors: Sonar Sanjay Bhagwan, Samrat O. Khanna, Karishma D. Pasawala|
Sonar Sanjay Bhagwan, Samrat O. Khanna, Karishma D. Pasawala . Object Identification for Pure Object Oriented Cross Languages Software Development. International Journal of Applied Information Systems. 9, 3 ( June 2015), 42-48. DOI=10.5120/ijais15-451381
Identifying generic or common objects is the most intricate part for developing applications in pure object oriented cross languages. Genericity or commonness in Object identification is an iterative process, and there is no appropriate formula or model to identify objects. It relies on the requirement engineering and domain engineering inception. Generic Object is a foundation of the pure object oriented software design; it is the run time automated entity. Using this paper we provide the infrastructure for identify generic objects. We design the step-to-next sequential tasks and tools in the infrastructure for Object identification. The basic tasks, tools and approaches are the infrastructure to identify generic/common System Objects. The two basic tasks are requirement engineering and domain engineering. Here Requirements engineering is based on the business model, same Domain is engineered by the requirement design, and in addition, the base domain is engineered by the domain foresting (sub-domain) rules, for objects extraction using step-to-next sequential tasks from the each foresting domain by applying the Object Identification tools.