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differences between RPM and RUP

 
Azadeh Abdolrazaghi
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Is RPM(Recommended Process Model)UML based or RUP?
Which of these methodologies is better than the other one?
Both of them are object-oriented,aren't they?
 
Ilja Preuss
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Azadeh, I didn't find anything about an RPM process at the net (neither on google, nor on the wiki) and it is the first time I hear about it.
Do you have any pointers to resources? Thanks!
 
Azadeh Abdolrazaghi
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Dear Ilja , I myself didn't find anything useful on net,but if you search on google for "RPM+methodology" , you can find sth.
In fact , my software engneering professor in university introduced me both of these.But I don't have any correct understanding of them.My professor has published a book called “Systems Analysis & design in UML & SSADM” which has very little indication to these methodologies. Someone called Larman devised RPM. Of course more than this is stated in the book.But I don't know advantages & disadvantages of these two.
But about RUP , was the goal of UML use of RUP?
 
Ilja Preuss
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I found the following by searching for RPM+Larman:
http://www.utdallas.edu/~sungkim/teaching/ooad_lectures/Lecture19_RPM.ppt
and
http://www.brock.dk/bsc/Student/INFO3014/Docs/Lecture3-Student.ppt
[ July 04, 2002: Message edited by: Ilja Preuss ]
 
Reid M. Pinchback
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Originally posted by Azadeh Abdolrazaghi:
But about RUP , was the goal of UML use of RUP?

The stated intention with UML was that it be a notation independent of any particular development methodology.
I don't know much about RPM, but as an aside this appears to be the approach upon which IBM based their UML certification exam.
 
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