The first edition of Object-Oriented Design with Applications was instrumental in making object-oriented technology a practical reality--hundreds of projects applied Booch's notation and process to complex problems in diverse domains. In this eagerly-awaited new edition, Grady Booch draws upon the rich and varied results of these projects to offer improved methods for object development and a new, unified notation. With numerous examples, all of which are now implemented in C++, Booch illustrates essential concepts, explains the method, and shows successful applications in a variety of fields. You'll also find pragmatic advice on a host of issues including classification, implementation strategies, and cost-effective project management.Features of the New Edition:
This is the essential reference for anyone who implements or manages object technologies, or who wishes to begin exploration of this important new paradigm.
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I. CONCEPTS.1. Complexity.
The Inherent Complexity of Software.
The Structure of Complex Systems.
Bringing Order to Chaos.
On Designing Complex Systems.
Sidebar: Categories of Analysis and Design Methods.2. The Object Model.
The Evolution of the Object Model.
Elements of the Object Model.
Applying the Object Model.
Sidebar: Foundations of the Object Model.3. Classes and Objects.
The Nature of an Object.
Relationships Among Objects.
The Nature of a Class.
Relationships Among Classes.
The Interplay of Classes and Objects.
On Building Quality Classes and Objects.
Sidebar: Invoking a Method.4. Classification.
The Importance of Proper Classification.
Identifying Classes and Objects.
Key Abstractions and Mechanisms.
Sidebar: A Problem of Classification.
II. THE METHOD.5 .The Notation.
Elements of the Notation.
State Transition Diagrams.
Applying the Notation.6 .The Process.
The Micro Development Process.
The Macro Development Process.7. Pragmatics.
Management and Planning.
Quality Assurance and Metrics.
The Benefits and Risks of Object-Oriented Development.
III. APPLICATIONS.8. Data Acquisition: Weather Monitoring Station.
Sidebar: Weather Monitorint Station Requirements.9. Frameworks: Foundation Class Library.
Sidebar: Foundation Class Library Requirements.10. Client/Server Computing: Inventory Tracking.
Sidebar: Inventory Tracking System Requirements.11. Artificial Intelligence Cryptanalysis.
Sidebar: Cryptanalysis Requirements.12. Command and Control Traffic Management.
Sidebar: Traffic Management System Requirements.Afterword.
A.3 Object Pascal.
A.5 Common Lisp Object System.
A.8 Other Object-Oriented Programming Languages.Notes.
B. Object-Oriented Analysis.
C. Object-Oriented Applications.
D. Object-Oriented Architectures.
E. Object Oriented Databases.
F. Object-Oriented Design.
G. Object-Oriented Programming.
H. Software Engineering.
I. Special References.
K. Tools and Environments.Index. 0805353402T04062001