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Object-Oriented Reengineering Patterns

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Object-Oriented Reengineering Patterns
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Publisher: Elsevier Science
ISBN/ASIN: 395233412X
ISBN-13: 9783952334126
Number of pages: 360

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This book collects and distills successful techniques in planning a reengineering project, reverse-engineering, problem detection, migration strategies and software redesign. The book is full of practical, hands-on reengineering knowledge and expertise presented in a form that makes it easy to understand and use.

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