TIMe Electronic Book - HTML version

The Integrated Method (TIMe) supports design oriented development, an approach to system development where software intensive systems are understood and maintained mainly in terms of abstract design descriptions. These pages explain the use of the graphical design languages UML, MSC and SDL, and will guide you through these languages in the context of the TIMe methodology.
Introduction:
Introduction to the Book
Introduction to the Method
Time at a glance

Tutorials:
Method:
Examples:
UML
MSC-92  MSC-96
SDL
Foundation
Activities and Descriptions
Property Modelling
Introduction
Example 1: Initial development

TIMe Dictionary  Bibliography

TIMe is a system development methodology produced by SINTEF Telecom and Informatics in co-operation with Norwegian industry. The methodology in its complete form is a FrameMaker based "electronic book" called TIMe ELB. These pages, called TIMe HTML, represent a webified subset of the FrameMaker version.

Above we have listed all the chapters that are converted to HTML. For full functionality and content, use the FrameMaker version.