Principles of Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, 1st edition

  • James Martin
  • James J. Odell

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Overview

Using terms the layman can understand, this book provides an introduction to object-oriented analysis and design, and its use to create models for redesigning a business enterprise. KEY TOPICS: Easy-to-follow and complete, the book covers the OO (Object Oriented) principles of: BLOB (Binary Large OBject), class, encapsulation, information hiding, inheritance, message, method, object type, operation, and request. MARKET: This book was written for Information Systems professionals and all those interested in object-oriented analysis and design.

Table of contents



 1. OO: An Integrating Platform


 2. Basic Concepts


 3. Why Object-Oriented?


 4. Basic Guidelines


 5. OO Models


 6. Categorizing Objects


 7. Relationships among Objects


 8. States and State Changes


 9. Events, Triggers, and Operations


10. Rules


11. How the Diagrams Interrelate


12. Basic Concepts of OO Design


13. Responsibility-Driven Design


14. OO Workshops with End Users


15. Methods Creation


16. OO Information Engineering


17. OO Programming Languages


18. OO CASE Tools


19. OO Databases


20. Future Tools for Reliable Software


21. Standards for OO Systems


22. The Future of Software

Published by Pearson (October 27th 1992) - Copyright © 1993