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Object Oriented Design

Object Oriented Design by Peter Coad & Edward Yourdon 1991 Yourdon press
Hardcover: 197 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; Facsimile edition (June 27, 1991)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0136300707
ISBN-13: 978-0136300700

Product Description
A companion to Coad's Object-Oriented Analysis, 2nd Ed., this important book builds upon three consistently employed methods of organization: objects and attributes, wholes and parts, and classes and members. Written primarily for the practicing software engineer, the authors discuss the role of OOD in the systems life cycle; describe graphical notation for OOD; and disclose strategies for creating a design.

From the Publisher
This exploration of OOD builds upon three consistently employed methods of organization -- objects and attributes, whiles and parts, and classes and members.
Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Alan Wills


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