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What is Software Conceptualization

Applications and Approaches to Object-Oriented Software Design: Emerging Research and Opportunities
During the elicitation of software requirements analysis, the customer's requirements are defined by visual diagrams or formal specifications (e.g., by the logic of first-order propositions, at the high level). An abstract solution closer to the customer side is realized. The design phase of the software visualization and the functional analysis of the previous development step are carried out in detail. Conceptualization at the design phase is closer to the implementation of the product.
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The Role of Science, Technology, and the Individual on the Way of Software Systems Since 1968
Zeynep Altan (Beykent University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2142-7.ch001
The NATO conference held in Garmisch in 1968 was on the future of the computer and software world, and it presented the process of realization of what has been talked about in those dates to the present day. This chapter also examines the development of software systems since 1968, depending on the technological developments. The contribution of mathematics and physics to the development of information systems was explained in chronological order by comparing the possibilities of yesterday and today. Complementary contributions of science and technology have been evaluated in the evolutionary and revolutionary developments ranging from the definition of information theory in 1948 to teleportation. It can clearly be seen that discrete mathematics directly affects the improvements in computer science. This review study clearly shows that it would not be possible to talk about digital transformation and quantum computation if the discoveries of Shannon, Turing and Neumann, and the studies of other scientists before them did not exist.
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