Object-Oriented Software: Design .

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World Scientific, Sep 1, 1996 - Computers - 288 pages
This is a textbook for a course in object-oriented software engineering at advanced undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as for software engineers. It contains more than 120 exercises of diverse complexity.The book discusses fundamental concepts and terminology on object-oriented software development, assuming little background on software engineering, and emphasizes design and maintenance rather than programming.It also presents up-to-date and easily understood methodologies and puts forward a software life cycle model which explicitly encourages reusability during software development and maintenance.
 

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Contents

OBJECTORIENTED CONCEPTS
1
OBJECTORIENTED METHODOLOGIES
49
OBJECTORIENTED DESIGN
87
REUSABILITY AND LIFE CYCLE ISSUES
127
SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE CONCEPTS
153
SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE MODELS
181
MAINTENANCE OF LEGACY SYSTEMS
201
OBJECTORIENTED SOFTWARE EVOLUTION
233
References
249
Index
259
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