ICONIX PowerTools --
A Modular Approach to Full Lifecycle CASE



ICONIX PowerTools are an integrated suite of 10 analysis and design tools supporting the major phases of the system development life cycle, including analysis, design, coding and the management of complex systems.

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ObjectModeler(tm) supports the object-oriented methods of Rumbaugh, Coad/Yourdon, Booch and Jacobson with four graphical editors, includes Dictionary, and provides Language Sensitive Editors for OOP including C++ and Smalltalk.

FastTask(tm) provides real-time support in the form of State Transition Diagrams and their equivalent matrix representations, supports Jacobson State Transition Diagrams and Object Interaction Diagrams.

DataModeler(tm) supports Chen, Martin, and IDEF1X Data Modeling and includes an Entity Relationship Attribute (ERA) Diagram Editor, Data Dictionary, and Language Sensitive Editor.

FreeFlow(tm) provides support for DeMarco Structured Analysis with real-time extensions (Data and Control Flow Diagrams, Data Dictionary, Minispecs, Consistency Checking) and several object-oriented methods.

PowerPDL(tm) supports detailed algorithm design using pseudocode. The built-in Strip utility allows automatic design generation of documentation from the comments in the code during software maintenance.

AdaFlow(tm) supports Ada-oriented design and Ada development using Buhr/Booch style diagrams and Module Architecture Diagrams for Booch OOD, an integrated Dictionary, and a Language Sensitive Editor for C++ and Ada.

QuickChart(tm) supports Yourdon/Constantine Structured Design (with Page-Jones extensions), including support for Structure Chart Editing, Data Dictionary, and Language Sensitive Editors for a variety of languages.

SmartChart(tm) supports Detailed Design with automatic Structure Chart Generation from Program Design Language, Processes Hierarchy Charts with FreeFlow and includes Language Sensitive Editors for a wide variety of languages.

ASCII Bridge(tm) enables PowerTools repository information to be merged, imported, and exported in ASCII or CDIF format and provides an Interleaf interface.

CoCoPro(tm) implements Boehm's Constructive Cost Model (CoCoMo) technique for estimating costs of software projects. It supports the intermediate CoCoMo model, and allows automatic calibration of the model to a cost history database.

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