Object Development Methods

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Object Development Methods addresses how object orientation can be applied to systems analysis and design. An international roster of contributors compare the leading methodologies of Shlaer/Mellor, Jacobson, Colbert, Rumbaugh, Graham, Booch, Texel, and Coad/Yourdon among others. The book provides significant insight into the contrasting viewpoints and advantages, commone concepts and underlying structures of different object-oriented methods
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Object Development Methods addresses how object orientation can be applied to systems analysis and design. An international roster of contributors compare the leading methodologies of Shlaer/Mellor, Jacobson, Colbert, Rumbaugh, Graham, Booch, Texel, and Coad/Yourdon among others. The book provides significant insight into the contrasting viewpoints and advantages, commone concepts and underlying structures of different object-oriented methods
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Addresses how object orientation can be applied to systems analysis and design and provides insight into the contrasting viewpoints and advantages, and common concepts and underlying structure of different object-oriented methods. Published by SIGS Books under the ISBN 0- 9627477-9-3. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780131315914
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/1994
  • Series: SIGS: Advances in Object Technology Series , #3
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 374
  • Product dimensions: 6.97 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Series Introduction
Preface
Contributors
1 Objects: Changing Software Production and Procurement 1
2 Adopting Object-Oriented Software Engineering 13
3 The Four Dimensions of Object-Oriented Methods and Languages 31
4 Essential Techniques for Object-Oriented Design 45
5 Evolution, Life Cycles, and Reuse 67
6 Describing and Comparing Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Methods 79
7 Contemplating the Universe of Methods 111
8 The Shlaer/Mellor Method: A Formalism for Understanding Software Architectures 133
9 The Booch Method: Process and Pragmatics 149
10 The Coad/Yourdon Method: Simplicity, Brevity, and Clarity - Keys to Successful Analysis and Design 167
11 The Texel Method: A Pragmatic and Field-Proven Approach 181
12 The Rumbaugh Method (OMT): The Selection of an Object-Oriented Analysis Method 189
13 The SOMA Method: Adding Rules to Classes 199
14 Requirements Analysis with the Object-Oriented Software Development Method 211
15 The OOSE Method: A Use-Case-Driven Approach 247
16 The MERODE Method: The Practical Realization of Object-Oriented Business Models 271
17 The SSADM Method: An Object-Oriented Approach? 297
18 Object-Development Environments 311
19 Toward a Common Object-Oriented Meta-Model for Object Development 321
Author Index 335
Subject Index 339
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