Data Abstraction: The Object-oriented Approach Using C++

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Mcgraw-Hill, 1994 - Computers - 666 pages
This text takes a object-oriented approach to teaching data abstraction using C++. It consists of three main sections: an overview, in which the principles of object oriented design and development are presented; the implementation of the various data abstractions including approximately 90 classes; and three case studies. The case studies and integrated examples reinforce other computer science topics, and the discussions of finite automata, program translation, and database normalization are intended to introduce concepts that will be discussed again in detail in other courses.

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Contents

PART ONE THE FUNDAMENTALS
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DATA ABSTRACTION AND OBJECTORIENTED PROGRAMMING
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FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS AND THE CLASS HIERARCHY
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