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Advanced Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML (Sigs Reference Library Series)by James J Odell
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Composed of updated versions of James Odell's articles from The Journal of Object-Oriented Programming, ROAD , and Object Magazine, this book works to convey the essence of object-oriented programming and software building through the Unified Modeling Language (UML). The author provides concise but in-depth pieces on structural issues, dynamic issues, business rules, object complexity, object aggregation, design templates, and the process of objects.
The author provides concise but in-depth pieces on structural issues, dynamic issues, business rules, object complexity, object aggregation, design templates, and the process of objects.
Table of Contents
Part I. Structural Issues: 1. Modeling objects: using Binary- and Entity-relationship approaches; 2. Object types as objects and vice versa; 3. Power types; 4. Specifying structural constraints; 5. Toward a formalization of OO analysis; Part II. Dynamic Issues: 6. What is object state?; 7. Dynamic and multiple classification; 8. Events and their specification; 9. Approaches to finite-state machine modeling; Part III. Business Rules: 10. Business rules; 11. Using rules with diagrams; Part IV. Object Complexity: 12. Managing object complexity, Part I: classification and generalization; 13. Managing object complexity, Part II: aggregation; Part V. Object Aggregation: 14. Six different kinds of aggregation; 15. A foundation for aggregation; 16. A user-level model of aggregation; Part VI. Design Templates: 17. From analysis to design using templates, Part I; 18. From analysis to design using templates, Part II; 19. From analysis to design using templates, Part III; Part VII. The Process of Objects: 20. Method engineering; 21. User workshop techniques; 22. Object-oriented methodologies.
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