Object-oriented Modeling and Design with UML

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - Computers - 477 pages
One of the seminal professional tutorial/reference works that helped to set the standard practices for Object-Oriented Design, Modeling and Implementation. Two of the leading authorities in the field, Mike Blaha, and Jim Rumbaugh, have thoroughly revised the book to provide a quintessential reference to UML 2.0 and its application for practical, usable state of the art Object-Oriented strategies in the design and implementation of complex object-oriented software systems.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Modeling Concepts
13
Class Modeling
21
Copyright

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In a sense, Jim Rumbaugh and Mike Blaha are two of the "founding fathers" of UML. They invented UML, the basis for UML, along with Booch notation. Their first edition was crucial to the development and adoption of Object-Oriented methods when they were in their infancy. Blaha is a worldwide consultant and is a partner with Modelsoft Consulting, and SentientPoint Corporation. He is active in the IEEE Computer Society. Rumbaugh is a Distinguished Engineer with the Rational brand of IBM and is one of the original co-designers of UML. He is a highly influential author.

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