Booch Method | Glossary

Definition :

The Booch method is a method for object-oriented software development. It is composed of an object modeling language, an iterative object-oriented development process, and a set of recommended practices. The Booch method helps to design systems using the object paradigm. It covers the analysis- and design phases of an object-oriented system. The method defines different models to describe a system and it supports the iterative and incremental development of systems.

Further Reading :

Book : Applying UML and Patterns by Craig Larman.

 

CONOP | Glossary

Definition:

Concept of operations (CONOP) is a document describing what a system does in easily understood language allowing those without a technical background to know what it is and how it functions.

The CONOP can be used to get stakeholders in the system to agree on such understanding and knowledge and provide clarity of purpose to a project.

Further Reading:

Book: Disciplined Agile Delivery by Scott Ambler and Mark Lines.