Object-oriented development: the fusion method
Outlines the entire object-oriented software development process--from developing a requirements document, through an analysis phase, to developing OO models, to mapping design models onto implementation language constructs. Compares some of the most widely used analysis and design methods, and presents methods for achieving software reuse and management goals.
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