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A companion to Coad's Object-Oriented Analysis, 2nd Ed., this important book builds upon three consistently employed methods of organization: objects and attributes, wholes and parts, and classes and members. Written primarily for the practicing software engineer, the authors discuss the role of OOD in the systems life cycle; describe graphical notation for OOD; and disclose strategies for creating a design.
1. Improving Design.
2. Developing the Multi-Layer, Multi-Component Model.
3. Designing the Problem Domain Component.
4. Designing the Human Interaction Component.
5. Designing the Data Management Component.
6. Applying OOD with OOPLs (or less than an OOPL).
7. Applying OOD Criteria.
8. OOD and CASE.
9. Getting Started with OOD.
Appendix A. OOA Strategy Summary
Appendix B. OOD Strategy Summary.
Appendix C. An Example: OOA to OOD to OOP.