Seamless Object-Oriented Software Architecture
by Kim Waldén, Jean-Marc Nerson
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1994
Number of pages: 458
This book shows how a consistent set of object-oriented abstractions can be applied throughout the entire software construction process, based on three major ideas: seamlessness, reversibility, and contracting. The book is intended for software professionals as well as for students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. This book can be read by anyone who has acquired a general understanding of the problems of software engineering, and who has some inclination for abstract thinking.
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