Building object-oriented software.Material type: TextPublication details: New York ; London : McGraw-Hill, 1998. ISBN: 0070431965Subject(s): Object-oriented programming (Computer science) | Computer software -- DevelopmentDDC classification: 005.117
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Ch. 1. Define Scope and Model Events -- Ch. 2. Redesigning Existing Systems for the Future -- Ch. 3. Model the Business Object Model -- Ch. 4. Model System Internal Behaviors -- Ch. 5. Design Databases -- Ch. 6. Transform Logical Models to Physical Models -- Ch. 7. Analysis and Design for Distribution -- Ch. 8. Performing Quality Checks on Models -- Ch. 9. Object-Oriented Testing -- Ch. 10. Object-Oriented Metrics -- Ch. 11. Formal Specification -- Ch. 12. Patterns -- Ch. 13. Reuse -- App. A. Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) -- App. B. OMG Interface Definition Language Syntax and Semantics -- App. C. UML Summary -- App. D. UML Extension for Business Modeling.
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