Mainstream Objects: Object Oriented Technology Solutions for Business

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Providing guidelines for a "next generation" object method focused on business, this informative guide synthesizes the best of the currently available techniques. Designed for businesses interested in migrating applications to object technology, the book focuses on analysis and design rather than programming issues.

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Providing guidelines for a "next generation" object method focused on business, this informative guide synthesizes the best of the currently available techniques. Designed for businesses interested in migrating applications to object technology, the book focuses on analysis and design rather than programming issues.

Providing guidelines for a "next generation" object method focused on business, this informative guide synthesizes the best of the currently available techniques. Designed for businesses interested in migrating applications to object technology, the book focuses on analysis and design rather than programming i ssues.

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Demonstrates how various object-oriented development methods can be combined into an overall approach, focusing on analysis and design for effective system development rather than programming issues. Treats techniques such as object structure modeling, transaction sequence modeling, and system-wide modeling, and outlines the object-oriented development process from business analysis to logical and physical design. Includes a glossary. Assumes experience with information technology, but no knowledge of object technology. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780132091565
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
  • Publication date: 5/28/1995
  • Series: YOURDON Press Computing Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 331
  • Product dimensions: 7.35 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Ch. 1 Why Adopt an Object-Oriented Approach 3
Ch. 2 Fundamental OO Concepts and Principles 12
Ch. 3 Selected Object-Oriented Modeling Techniques 20
Ch. 4 Object Structure Modeling 33
Ch. 5 Business Process and Transaction Sequence Modeling 43
Ch. 6 Object Interaction Modeling 52
Ch. 7 Object Life Cycle Modeling 66
Ch. 8 System-Wide Modeling 74
Ch. 9 Managing an Object-Oriented Development Initiative 85
Ch. 10 Overview of Object-Oriented Project Life Cycles 106
Ch. 11 Planning an Object-Oriented Project 114
Ch. 12 Business Analysis 120
Ch. 13 System Requirements Analysis 141
Ch. 14 Logical Design 165
Ch. 15 Physical Design 189
Ch. 16 Development of Object-Oriented Applications 216
Ch. 17 Testing, Acceptance, Cutover and Operation 228
Ch. 18 Discovering Objects 239
Ch. 19 Identifying Relationships 248
Ch. 20 Inheritance 257
Ch. 21 Aggregation 270
Ch. 22 Operations 277
Ch. 23 Design Patterns 285
Ch. 24 Guidelines for a Quality Design 301
Appendix A: Related Approaches to Object-Oriented Development 311
Glossary 321
Bibliography 325
Index 327
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