Synopses & Reviews
Object-Oriented Requirements Analysis and Logical Design A Software Engineering Approach Designed for professional software engineers, this definitive reference demonstrates how to use object-oriented development strategies from the startwhich will help to assure the success of the evolving object-oriented system. Object-Oriented Requirements Analysis and Logical Design provides professionals with the necessary concepts, models, notation, method, and knowledge with which to effectively develop large, complex software applications using a practical, yet state- of-the-art, object- oriented method. This book provides a solid understanding of the underlying concepts of Object-Oriented Development (OOD). Readers will also learn how to use the ASTS Development Method 3 (ADM 3), a third generation object-oriented development method for effectively performing OORALD. This important work also enables readers to:
- Understand the fundamental concepts of object-oriented requirements and language-independent design
- Understand, develop, and evaluate the six major object-oriented models
- Develop and critique effective graphics for object-oriented requirements analysis and language-independent design
- Use a powerful object-oriented specification and design language to supplement the graphics
Includes bibliographical references (p. 561-562) and index.
About the Author
About the author DONALD G. FIRESMITH is an internationally known consultant and trainer in the areas of object-oriented development, software engineering, and project management. He is President of Advanced Software Technology Specialists, an object-oriented training, consulting, and independent verification and validation company.
Table of Contents
Identification of Objects, Classes, and Subassemblies.
The ASTS Development Method 3.
Object-Oriented Specification and Design Language.
Documenting Object-Oriented Requirements Specifications and Logical Designs.
Automotive Dashboard Application.
Development Cycles and Major Reviews.