Software design: from programming to architecture

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J. Wiley, 2004 - Computers - 550 pages
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UML (the Unified Modeling Language), design patterns, and software component technologies are three new advances that help software engineers create more efficient and effective software designs. Now Eric Braude pulls these three advances together into one unified presentation:
  • A helpful project threaded throughout the book enables readers to apply what they are learning
  • Presents a modern and applied approach to software design
  • Numerous design patterns with detailed explanations provide essential tools for technical and professional growth
  • Includes extensive discussion of UML with many UML examples

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Contents

THE SOFTWARE PROCESS
1
Summary of Software Process
18
DESIGN PRINCIPLES THE UNIFIED MODELING
22
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Braude of Boston University

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