An introduction to object-oriented analysis: objects and UML in plain English

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Wiley, 2002 - Computers - 668 pages
This book is a very general and accessible introduction to Object Oriented Analysis. It contains extensive pedagogy and incorporates patient explanations, making it ideal for beginners. Incorporation of real-world examples, case studies, and in depth theory and skills for practical application makes this book very user-friendly.

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A relatively easy to read and understand text book. This was from my System Analysis class in undergrad at Boston College. Read full review

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Brown, formerly of The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

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