Object-oriented Analysis and Design

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Computers - 513 pages
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Why the excitement? a software industrial revolution; basic introduction; why object-oriented? the future of software; an overview of analysis and design; OO models; object structure analysis; object behavior analysis; object structure and behavior design; recommended diagramming standards; object-oriented programming languages; CASE tools; standards for object interaction; object-oriented databases; object-oriented information engineering; fundamentals of object structure analysis; concepts and objects; managing object complexity; concept versus object type; object types and associations; functions; relations; supertypes and subtypes; fundamentals of object behavior analysis; aspects of behavior; event types, trigger rules, control conditions, and operations; object behavior analysis; object-flow diagrams; design; object-oriented design: mapping to OOPL structure; object-oriented design: maping to OOPL behavior; object-oriented design: non-OOPL considerations; managing the OO project.

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Why ObjectOriented?
The Future of Software

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Martin, recently completed studies at Weston Jesuit School of Theology and was ordained a deacon. He is an editor on the staff of American magazine.

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