Working With Objects
by T. Reenskaug, P. Wold, O.A. Lehne
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1996
Number of pages: 497
The main theme of this book is to describe complex phenomena as structures of interacting objects. The goal is to provide a comprehensive description of the object paradigm and its applications, and to show how it supports a number of different views on the same model.
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