Object Oriented Methods

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Addison-Wesley Longman, Incorporated, 1994 - Computers - 473 pages
When the first edition was published in 1991, Object-Oriented Methods provided one of the first serious evaluations of object technology and its potential in industry. In its second edition (1993), it became the most comprehensive survey of object-oriented methods available. Since then, OT has become mainstream, industrial standards are in place and the benefits of OO in a fast changing business environment are acknowledged by all. This situation is so radically different from that of 1993 that the entire book has been rewritten and restrutured.

The book provides a balanced overview of the philosophy and practice of object technology and a high level evaluation of the status of and prospects for OO techniques and products. Provides an introduction to and evaluation of object-oriented languages, middleware, databases, and methods; relating them each to conventional technology.

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Basic concepts
The benefits of objectoriented programming and methods
Objectoriented and objectbased programming languages

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