IDEF, initially abbreviation of ICAM Definition, renamed in 1999 as Integration DEFinition, refers to a family of modeling languages in the field of systems and software engineering.

IDEF is a modeling methodology developed by the U.S. Air Force to help programmers design complicated software systems. IDEF can be divided into the following separate modeling methods:

  • IDEF0 (Function Modeling)
  • IDEF1 (Data Modeling) includes IDEF1X
  • IDEF2 (Simulation Model Design)
  • IDEF3 (Process Description Capture)
  • IDEF4 (Object-Oriented Design).

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