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Object Oriented Analysis

Object Oriented Analysis (2nd Edition) (Yourdon Press Computing Series) (Hardcover)
by Peter Coad (Author), Edward Yourdon (Author)
Hardcover: 233 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; 2 edition (October 1, 1990)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0136299814
ISBN-13: 978-0136299813

Product Description
This highly respected guide to object-oriented programming has been updated to reflect the most recent advances in this still-evolving methodology. New material includes updated terminology; finding lasses and objects; defining attributes; defining services; object-oriented analysis and CASE; moving to object-oriented design. 7 x 9 1/4.

From the Publisher
An introduction to the principles of object-oriented technology.

I've used it for a couple of years in a three-day introductory courses about OOA/D and the 'students' found it easy to learn. It's good because it softly introduces to the concepts of object orientation keeping in mind the fact that many people worked for years in a 'functional' way. Also good because you can use it every day while making analysis. In fact it's a manual. The two examples (one about an airline system and another about vehicle categorization) are developed together with the various aspects of the methodology and this helps to understand how to apply it. It's good also because it clearly separates analysis from design concerns. Of course now shows its age, but can be a good introductory book.

Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Alan Wills


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