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 ===== Business Object Notation ===== ===== Business Object Notation =====
 The Business Object Notation (BON) was developed by Jean-Marc Nerson and Kim Walden from 1989 to 1993. The BON is a method for analysis and design of object-oriented software aided by a graphical notation. The Business Object Notation (BON) was developed by Jean-Marc Nerson and Kim Walden from 1989 to 1993. The BON is a method for analysis and design of object-oriented software aided by a graphical notation.
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 ==== Introduction ==== ==== Introduction ====
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 ==== Software contracting ==== ==== Software contracting ====
-Today, it is very important to construct a correct, reliable software by using the ‘Design by Contract’. +Today, it is very important to construct a correct, reliable software by using the ‘Design by Contract’. The idea is to treat each subprogram as a subcontractor who deliver some service.
  
 ==== Scalability ==== ==== Scalability ====
-One important thing for any notation is the scalability. The methods should be used for small as well as for big projects. The BON uses nested clustering and compression to group classes into higher-level units. As a result, the user has the possibility to zoom between various levels.+One important thing for any notation is the scalability. The methods should be used for small as well as for big projects. The BON uses nested clustering and compression to group classes into higher-level units. As a result, the user has the possibility to zoom between various levels. ((Walden, Kim: Business Object Notation (BON) - Published as chapter 10 in "Handbook of Object Technology", CRC Press, 1998.)) 
  
  
  
-===== Source ===== 
-Walden, Kim: Business Object Notation (BON) - Published as chapter 10 in "Handbook of Object Technology", CRC Press, 1998. 
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