This volume provides an exploration of the four stages of software development: analysis, design, implementation, and troubleshooting. Appropriate for programmers of all levels, it contains both working examples and design concepts using non-technical language.
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"Comprehensive introduction to OOAD principles using UML v1.4, along with tried and trusted techniques for building real-world applications." --Dilhar Desilva, Member of the UML Core Team, member of the UML v1.1 Semantics Task Force, and member of the UML RTF
Develop essential analysis and design skills using UML v1.4
Uncover effective methods of designing fully functional object-oriented software. From analyzing needs to designing applications to implementing the final product, "Object Oriented Analysis and Design contains the techniques used by professionals worldwide. Inside, you'll find comprehensive instructions to UML v1.4 notation for analyzing design strength. Also included are strategies for debugging software using three major debugging tools (DBX, GDB and JDB) as well as for porting to other operating systems, languages, and platforms. In addition, you'll get utilities for maintaining source code and methods of recording error reports, enhancement requests, and regression tests. Loaded with examples, this comprehensive book provides the expertise needed to oversee all aspects of successful design.Learn the fundamentals of object-orientation, including identifying objects, their classes, attributes, and methods Explore information-gathering techniques to determine high level system requirements Learn how to use analysis documents defined by the UML v1.4 standard Master advanced design principles and understand what makes for good design Identify and avoid inappropriate design schemes Implement advanced design constructs, such as API and threading Develop an efficient testing system Understand the differences between stress and scalability testing Follow examples ofdebugging using three widely used tools (DBX, GDB, and JDB) Add valuable flexibility needed when porting across operating systems, platforms, and languagesAbout the Author:
Andrew Haigh (East Setauket, NY) is the Development Manager for Computer Associates' object-oriented database Jasmine. He is responsible for teaching object-oriented programming to engineers at Computer Associates.
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