Object-Oriented Methods: Pragmatic Considerations

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Once again, James Martin and James Odell rise to the challenge with Object-Oriented Methods: Pragmatic Considerations. Their goal: to convey practical methods, techniques, and guidelines for building systems using an OO approach. In doing so, they consider all phases of the system development lifecycle and address the various technologies directly affecting its efficiency. In addition, Parts II, III, and VII provide step-by-step guidance for building software systems, offering developers general plans as well as ...
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Overview

Once again, James Martin and James Odell rise to the challenge with Object-Oriented Methods: Pragmatic Considerations. Their goal: to convey practical methods, techniques, and guidelines for building systems using an OO approach. In doing so, they consider all phases of the system development lifecycle and address the various technologies directly affecting its efficiency. In addition, Parts II, III, and VII provide step-by-step guidance for building software systems, offering developers general plans as well as detailed methods and techniques for constructing the next generation of automated systems.
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Considers methodology; discusses nine major diagraming techniques currently used to model system requirements; describes how OO program code can be generated using design templates; addresses implementing OO concepts using non-OO implementations; explores JAD, JRP, JEM, and RAD workshops, interviewing and facilitation techniques, prototyping, and timebox management; and examines the practice of reusability, standards for object interaction, and the software future. Charts, diagrams, and illustrations lend additional accessibility to the clearly written text. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780136308645
  • Publisher: Prentice-Hall, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/1/1996
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 560
  • Product dimensions: 7.31 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 1.04 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Method Engineering 3
2 Object-Oriented Methodologies 15
3 Introduction to OO Diagramming Techniques 27
4 Object Diagrams 39
5 Object Analysis Method 53
6 Event Diagrams 57
7 Event Analysis 79
8 Object-Flow Diagrams 105
9 Object-Flow Analysis Method 125
10 OO Programming Languages 131
11 Moving from Analysis into OO Design 145
12 OO Design with Object Diagrams 151
13 OO Design Using Event Diagrams 175
14 OO Design for Non-OO Programming Languages 191
15 Neural Networks 201
16 Fuzzy Logic 217
17 Genetic Algorithms 237
18 Workshops with End Users 251
19 Group Facilitation Techniques 267
20 User Workshop Techniques 281
21 Interviewing Techniques 291
22 Domain Experts 299
23 Prototyping 311
24 Timebox Development 323
25 Concepts of Reuse 333
26 The Practice of Reuse 345
27 Standards for Object Interaction 363
28 The Future of Software 375
29 Methodology Overview 399
30 Strategic Planning: Engineering Tasks 403
31 Strategic Planning: Management Tasks 425
32 System Analysis: Engineering Tasks 435
33 System Analysis: Management Tasks 457
34 System Design: Engineering Tasks 465
35 System Design: Management Tasks 495
36 System Construction: Engineering Tasks 505
37 System Construction: Management Tasks 527
38 System Transition: Engineering Tasks 535
39 System Transition: Management Tasks 543
Index 551
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