Object Oriented Analysis and Design – Mike O´Docherty – 1st Edition


This book provides a thorough grounding in object-oriented and design, providing authoritative and accessible coverage of object-oriented concepts, the development process, and multi-tier technologies.

Using only the most common technologies and methodologies, aligned with a single case study which runs throughout the text, the book provides a broad understanding of the processes used in object-oriented development, the production of computer programs using object-oriented techniques.

Beginning with the basic groundwork underpinning object-oriented projects, before focusing on practical development issues, this book uses a methodology based on the widely used Rational Unified Process (RUP), and test- development using JUnit. The book follows the steps of a typical development project, incorporating requirements capture, design, specification and testing; the running case study shows with remarkable clarity how an abstract problem is taken through to a concrete solution. Regular exercises and material available on the accompanying website make the book exceptionally useful for self-study.

Object-Oriented and Design is programming language agnostic, ensuring that code is kept to a minimum to avoid detail and deviation into implementation minutiae. Whether you are a student at a university or on a commercial training course, or an experienced developer moving into object orientation, this book is for you. It provides an easy to understand, practical and motivational description of object-oriented and design.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction.
Part I: Setting the Scene.
2. Object Concepts.
3. Inheritance.
4. Type Systems.
5. Software Development Methodologies.

Part II: Understanding the Problem.
6. Gathering Requirements.
7. Analyzing the Problem.

Part III: Designing the Solution.
8. Designing the System Architecture.
9. Choosing Technologies.
10. Designing the Subsystems.
11. Reusable Design Patterns.
12. Specifying the Interfaces of Classes.
13. Continuous Testing.

Appendix A: Ripple Summary.
Appendix B: iCoot Case Study.
Appendix C: Summary of UML Notation Used.

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