Object-Oriented Information Engineering: Analysis, Design, and Implementation
Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Business & Economics - 338 pages
Object-Oriented Information Engineering: Analysis, Design, and Implementation discusses design, both its object-oriented and traditional development and analysis, on which the book gives much focus.
The book begins with an introduction to information engineering and its phases, object-oriented information engineering, and object orientation. The text then moves on to more specific topics, such as business information requirements; detailed object modeling; business functions and subject areas; and individual object behaviors and object interactions. The book also explains the integration and validation of analysis models; object structure designs; and system designs and its different applications.
The text is recommended for undergraduates and practitioners of computer and/or information engineers who want to learn more about object-oriented design, its relation with traditional design, and its analysis. The book is also for those who wish to contribute and conduct further studies in the field of object-oriented design.
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Chapter 3 Business Information Requirements
Chapter 4 Detailed Object Modeling
Chapter 5 Business Functions and Subject Areas
Chapter 6 Individual Object Behaviors
Chapter 7 Object Interactions
Chapter 8 Integrate and Validate Analysis Models
Chapter 12 General System Designs
Chapter 13 Design for System Distribution
Chapter 14 Redesigning Existing Systems for the Future
Chapter 15 Programming Languages
Chapter 16 Database Environments
Chapter 17 ClientServer and Cooperative Processing
Chapter 18 ObjectOriented Systems Architecture
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