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Artefact Types

This presentation describes a classification of artefacts into four types: constructs, models, methods, and instantiations

Paul Johannesson

on 21 November 2016

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Artefact Types
Constructs are concepts and notations that can be used to formulate problems and solutions

Class in UML
Method in Java
Functional dependence in DB
Affordance in HMI
Models use constructs and represent possible solutions to practical problems

Drawing of a house
Database model
Systems architecture
Methods describe what to do in order to achieve a goal
Methods can be formalized like algorithms or informal like guidelines and best practices

Method for database design
Method for change management
Method for developing a web interface
Instantiations are working systems that can be used in practice

Java program realising a search algorithm
Database for storing medical records
New planet in the game Entropia
is an object made by humans with the intention that it be used to address a practical problem
How to sort integer lists

An ERP system

Tags in HTML

A currency conversion app

Architecture for decision support system

Rational Unified Process
Construct Model Method Instantiation
An Exercise
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