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Object-Oriented Development at Brooklyn Union Gas
January/February 1993 (vol. 10 no. 1)
pp. 67-74

The application architecture, development environment, and performance of the object-oriented customer-related information system (CRIS-II) are discussed. It is shown that CRIS-II's implementation in a Smalltalk-like execution environment with object-oriented features lessened coupling between components, compared with other object systems. The system accommodates many traditional, non-object-oriented components such as a relational database manager, an online transaction manager, a batch report writer, and a user-interface dialog manager. A technical description of CRIS-II is presented. Experiences with CRIS-II relating to code reuse and system behavior are reviewed.

Index Terms:
application architecture; development environment; performance; object-oriented customer-related information system; CRIS-II; Smalltalk-like execution environment; relational database manager; online transaction manager; batch report writer; user-interface dialog manager; code reuse; system behavior; management information systems; object-oriented databases; object-oriented programming
Citation:
John Davis, Tom Morgan, "Object-Oriented Development at Brooklyn Union Gas," IEEE Software, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 67-74, Jan.-Feb. 1993, doi:10.1109/52.207230
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