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The LogOn OT Programme:

Understanding, Evaluating and Exploiting 
the Object Technology 

invites you to two unique events for 1993!

	The New LogOn+93
	International Symposium 
	and Exhibition on Object-
	Oriented Methodologies 
	and Tools
	April 22-23, 1993, Frankfurt

	A Seminar with James

	Object-Oriented Modeling 
	and Design

	April, 26-27, 1993, Frankfurt

LogOn Technology Transfer

Special Package Option
Attend both Dr. Rumbaugh and LogOn+93 OO 
Methodologies and Tools and save 690 DM!

The mission of LogOn is to encourage the transfer of Object 
Technology (OT) to industries in Europe. LogOn is based in 
Frankfurt, Germany.

The LogOn OT Programme
If you are an OT developer, vendor, or consultant interested in 
building long-term strategical business relationships with 
potential industry customers all over Europe.
If you are a professional interested in evaluating and using OO 
products,  methodologies and services.
Then the LogOn OT Programme is for you!

What can the OT Programme do for You?
As a member of the LogOn OT Programme you will have a full 
variety of services including, but not limited to:
% strategic planning meetings with OT users, vendors and 
%  in-house workshops with OT leaders and users
% special participation to LogOn international symposia and 
% promoting your services and networking opportunities 

Who should be interested in the LogOn OT 
OT users: Executives and managers whose responsibilities 
include information systems strategic planning, vendor 
evaluations, technology recommendations and investment 
OT vendors: Executives and managers responsible for 
product, marketing and pricing strategies, strategic planning, 
competitive analysis, sales and marketing. Consultants.
OT investors: Venture capitalists and institutional investors 
who require an in-depth knowledge of information industry.

How to join the OT Programme?
To get more information on how to join the OT programme 
call/ fax +49-69-521982
Attention, new tel/fax after February 15, 1993:
tel/fax +49-6173-2852
or write to:
LogOn, Burgweg 14a, 6242 Kronberg, Germany
LogOn helps your business!


The originator of the OMT methodology and 
Lead Author of the Definitive Text,
Object-Oriented Modeling and Design 

presents a 

LogOn Two-day Seminar on

Object-Oriented Modeling 
and Design

Frankfurt, April 26-27, 1993

LogOn Technology Transfer 

Co-sponsored by: IQproducts GmbH * Micram 
Microelectronic GmbH * Prentice Hall 


More than just a seminar!

Here are some good reasons why if you are 
interested in Object-Oriented Analysis, Modeling 
and Design, you should attend this seminar. 

C Meet the OMT originator

Many seminar instructors on OO methodologies 
teach by interpreting the methods developed by 
others, which they get from reading books. If 
you take this seminar, you get the instructor who 
is the originator of the Object Modeling 
Technique (OMT) - the de-facto object modeling 
and design standard-and who wrote the bestseller 
book Object-Oriented Modeling and Design: 
James Rumbaugh. James Rumbaugh has 
established a worldwide reputation for being the 
leader in the field of Object-Oriented Analysis, 
Modeling and Design.

C Experience unmatched in the industry

James Rumbaugh has several years of experience 
in working on object-oriented methodology and 
tools at General Electric Research and 
Development Center in Schenectady, New York, 
USA. He is a world class instructor with hands-
on experience having successfully developed 
quality products under real constraints of time 
and budget. Which means, Rumbaugh can 
provide you with insights on and experiences in 
using object-oriented analysis and design in real-
life projects.

C Attendees Questions & Answers Sessions

A question and answer session will be held at the 
end of each day for you to ask questions you 
have about the technology and the method. This 
is a unique opportunity to hear James Rumbaugh 
himself share his insights on using the Object 
Modeling Technique with you.  

C See the methodology at work

In addition to the lectures of Dr.Rumbaugh, 
demonstrations of the OMTool*  -which 
supports the Object Modeling Technique  -  will 
be offered by specialists who use the OMT 
methodology and tool every day,  for you to see 
how the methodology works in practice. (* 
Trademark of the General Electric Company) 

C Networking Opportunities

Another advantage for you in participating to a 
LogOn event is in the possibility to establish 
strategical business relationships. A networking 
room will be available throughout this seminar to 
enable you to meet with attendees and OMT 
methodology and tool specialists.

Valuable Bonus Material- Yours FREE!

Attend the seminar and you get:

% a free copy of James Rumbaugh`s bestselling 
book Object-Oriented Modeling and Design 
(published by Prentice Hall, 1991) 

% a free entrance ticket valid to attend the 
industrial exhibition at the LogOn International 
Symposium on Object-Oriented methodologies 
and Tools, on April 22-23, 1993, at the 
Intercontinental Hotel, in Frankfurt, featuring a 
wide range of object-oriented products, services 
and publishers.

Object-Oriented Modeling and Design

Object-oriented development is emerging as the dominant 
software development method of the 1990s. Applying 
object-oriented techniques to analysis and design promise 
you new levels of understanding, precision, repeatability 
and complexity control.

This seminar will be based on Dr. Rumbaugh+s recent 
best-selling bookObject-Oriented Modeling and Design 
published by Prentice Hall. The primary objective of the 
seminar is to teach an object-oriented methodology for 
developing software systems. Attendees will learn how to 
construct object-oriented models of the real world and then 
transform the models into a design of programming 
language and/or database code. Rumbaugh will present 
various object-oriented modeling concepts, a language-
independent graphical notation for expressing these 
concepts, and a corresponding methodology - the Object 
Modeling Technique (OMT)- for applying the concepts to 
problems. The OMT methodology will be illustrated with 
a case study and many brief examples. Object-oriented 
models promote better understanding of requirements, 
cleaner designs, and more maintainable systems. An 
object-oriented approach allows the same concepts and 
notation to be used through the entire software 
development process. The software developer need not 
translate into a new notation at each development stage as 
is required by many traditional methodologies.

Rumbaugh stresses modeling a system from three distinct 
but related views: object model (static structure), dynamic 
model (interactions and control), and functional model 
(computation of values). The object model serves as the 
integrating vehicle for combining the information for 
design and implementation. The early OO literature 
emphasized object-oriented programming but more 
recently there has been an appreciation of the usefulness of 
OO concepts for analysis and design. This seminar will 
emphasize that coding is the last stage in a process of 
development that includes stating a problem, 
understanding its requirements, planning a solution, and 
implementing a program in a particular language. 
However, the approach is not strictly linear; the seamless 
transformation from analysis to design facilitates a life 
cycle involving prototyping and incremental development. 

Seminar outline 

1. An Overview of Object Modeling and 

	Object-Oriented Concepts	 

	The OMT Methodology	 

	The OMT Notation

2. The Development Process

3. The Object Model

	Objects and Their Properties	 


	Advanced Association Concepts	

	Inheritance and Generalization
	Advanced Object Modeling Concepts	 

	Building Object Models	 

4. Analysis and the Object Model

5. The Dynamic Model

	Event and State	 


	Structured State Diagrams	 

6. Analysis and the Dynamic Model

7. The Functional Model

	Functionality Tree	 

	Data Flow Diagrams	 

8. Analysis and the Functional Model

9. System Design

	System Design Issues	

	Common Architectural Frameworks	

10. Object Design

	Moving operations	 

	Implementing control based on the 
	dynamic model.	 

	Assigning Responsibilities	 

	Design algorithms and data structures	 

	Optimized object model	 

	Adjust class structure to increase inheritance
	Design Associations and Objects	 

	Package the design into physical modules.	 

11. Implementation

	Programming Languages	


12. Comparisons

At the end of each day there will be a 30 minutes  
audience question and answer session.

What will You Learn

These are the major things you will learn: 

o Understanding a system by modeling it from 
three different but related views: structural, 
dynamic, functional

o Graphic notation for each of the modeling 
views that can be used throughout the 
development cycle

o Distinguishing what to do during each of the 
three development phases: analysis, design, 

o The thought process to produce various 
models, illustrated by a case study

o The transformation of the model from analysis 
through design and implementation

Who should attend

This seminar is intended for software engineers, 
system architects, system analyst, and technical 
managers who seek to understand and exploit the 
object-oriented approach to software design and 

It is also for software engineers who have 
learned to use object-oriented technology for 
programming but would benefit from learning 
how to analyze and design abstractly in object-
oriented terms without resorting to programming 


Dr. James Rumbaugh is one of the world`s leading 
pioneers and most experienced practitioner of object-
oriented analysis and design.

Dr. Rumbaugh is a computer scientist at General Electric 
Research and Development Center in Schenectady, New 
York, USA, where he has been working on object-oriented 
methodology and tools for many years. He developed the 
DSM object-oriented programming language, the state tree 
model of control, the OMT object modeling notation, and 
the Object Modeling Tool graphic editor. 

Dr. Rumbaugh received his Ph.D. in Computer Science 
from MIT. During his Ph.D. research under Professor Jack 
Dennis, Dr. Rumbaugh was one of the inventors of data 
flow computer architecture. His career has dealt with 
semantics of computation, tools for programming 
productivity, and applications using complex algorithms 
and data structures. 

Dr. Rumbaugh has published extensively journal articles 
on his work and has spoken at leading object-oriented 
conferences. He writes a regular column for the Journal of 
Object-Oriented Programming. 

Dr. Rumbaugh is the lead author of the recent best-selling 
book Object-Oriented Modeling and Design published by 
Prentice Hall. He and his colleagues developed the OMT 
methodology described in the book based on real-world 
applications and they are currently working to extend the 

He has taught courses based on the methodology to 
different audiences world-wide, ranging from one-hour 
seminars to intensive several-day training courses.

Two-Day Seminar of Dr. James Rumbaugh
on OOMD, Frankfurt, April 26-27, 1992
First name 
Firma	_______________________________________

Language/ Sprache:The official language of the seminar 
will be English. Die offizielle Sprache der Veranstaltung ist 
How to register / Anmeldung: The registration fee is 
DM 1995,-- (+ 15% VAT). The registration fee includes 
lecture notes, one copy of the textbook, Object Oriented 
Modeling and Design (Prentice Hall, 1991), by Dr. J. 
Rumbaugh et al, lunch and coffee breaks. Die 
Teilnahmegebhr betr
einschlie'lich einer Vortragsdokumentation, einer Ausgabe 
des Buchs "Object Oriented Modeling and Design" (Prentice 
Hall, 1991) von Dr. J. Rumbaugh et al, sowie Kaffeepausen 
und Mittagessen.

Special Package OptionPlease check/bitte ankreuzen (C)
[] Two-day Seminar with Dr. J.Rumbaugh on Object Oriented 
Modeling and Design (26-27.4).		DM. 1995,- 
[] LogOn`93 Int. Symp. on OO Methodologies and Tools (22-
23.4) + Two-day Seminar with Dr. J.Rumbaugh (26-27.4).
					DM.  3000,-
Subtotal				DM.
+15% Mwst (VAT)			DM.
Total					DM.

Please complete the application form and mail it to:
Fr Ihre Anmeldung fllen Sie bitte das Anmeldungsformular 
aus und senden Sie es an:	LogOn, 
			Burgweg 14a, 
			6242 Kronberg, Germany
Attention new tel/fax after February 15, 1993!:

Please pay the registration fee either by including a check or 
by bank transfer. Admission to the seminar is only possible 
after LogOn has received the payment. Bitte berweisen Sie 
die Teilnahmegebhr vor Beginn der Veranstaltung oder 
senden Sie einen Verrechnungsscheck. Einla' zu der 
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Place/Ort: The seminar will be held at  : Ort des Seminars:
	Intercontinental Hotel,
	Wilhelm-Leuschner- Str. 43, 
	6000 Frankfurt am Main 1,
	tel +49-69-2605-0  fax. +49-69-26052221

Cancellation / Rcktritt: In case of a cancellation after 
April 12, 1993, the total amount is due.  Cancellations must 
be made by writing and you must receive a cancellation 
number to make it valid. Substitutions can be made at any 
time. Im Falle einer Stornierung der Anmeldung nach dem 
12.4.1992 wird die gesamte Gebhr f
des angemeldeten Teilnehmers ist mglich. Stornierungen 
mssen schriftlich mitgeteilt werden und werden durch eine 
Stornierungsnummer wirksam.

Accomodation/Zimmerreservierung:A limited number 
of rooms has been reserved at a special rate at the conference 
hotel. Please make reservations directly at the hotel, referring 
to the LogOn Seminar (single room: DM 250,-)Fr die 
Teilnehmer unserer Veranstaltung steht ein begrenztes 
Zimmerkontingent im Intercontinental Hotel zur Verfgung. 
Bitte nehmen Sie Reservierungen direkt im Hotel unter 
Berufung auf die LogOn Veranstaltung vor. (EZ: DM 250,-)
Schedule  Registration 8:00-8:30am,  Monday
Seminar: 9:00-12:30 and 2:00-18:00 pm,  each day
Lunch breaks: 12:30-2:00 pm each day
Breaks: 10:00 am and 3:00 pm each day