Object-Oriented System Development
by Dennis deChampeaux, Doug Lea, Penelope Faure
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 1993
Number of pages: 560
With this book, software engineers, project managers, and tool builders will be able to better understand the role of analysis and design in the object-oriented (OO) software development process. This book presents a minimum set of notions and shows the reader how to use these notions for OO software construction. The emphasis is on development principles and implementation.
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