Object-oriented Modeling and Design with UML
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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