A Book of Object-oriented Knowledge: Object-oriented Analysis, Design, and Implementation : a New Approach to Software Engineering
A basic introduction to the object-oriented approach to software engineering, emphasising analysis and design rather than specific programing languages and syntax.
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An Introduction to the ObjectOriented
ObjectOriented Software Engineering
ObjectOriented Systems Development
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abstract data type aggregation algorithm analysis and design attributes balance bank account basic Booch Chapter client client-server Coad and Yourdon COBOL concepts counter cycle data flow diagram data modeling database deposit design diagrams design level design stage detailed design DFDs discussion Eiffel encapsulation environment example Exception Handling Exhibit FORTRAN functional decomposition Henderson-Sellers and Edwards icon ideas identified information hiding inheritance hierarchy instantiation INTEGER interactions interface library classes method Meyer modular modules multiple inheritance notation Obj.-Oriented object classes object-orientation object-oriented analysis object-oriented approach object-oriented design object-oriented languages object-oriented programming object-oriented software Object-Oriented Software Engineering object-oriented systems Objective-C OOPLs OOPSLA Page-Jones Passbook Account polymorphism procedural language procedural programming programming language real world relationships requirements reusability reuse routines run-time objects savings account Section Smalltalk software development software engineering specific Stroustrup structure subclasses superclasses systems development techniques top-down Wirfs-Brock withdraw