Object-oriented requirements analysis and logical design: a software engineering approach

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Wiley, 1993 - Computers - 575 pages
Using a rigorous, technical approach, it is written by a leader in the field who has developed his own object-oriented design techniques. Covers object-oriented design of software from requirements analysis to design, principles that can be applied for all types of software ranging from large to extremely complex to real time systems. The methods discussed can be used with either object-oriented or object-based language. Contains a copious amount of practical examples.

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