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Object Models: Strategies, Patterns, and Applications (2nd Edition) (edition 1996)

by Peter Coad

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This is a new edition of this pack which covers the three leading object modelling notations, Coad, OMT and the new Unified (Booch-Rumbaugh) methodology. It presents 177 state-of-the-art strategies and 31 patterns for object model development. The new edition includes 29 new strategies which include: using feature milestones to deliver results more quickly; extracting useful content from data models; using patterns to discover new features, separating definition from usage; when to use, or not use, inheritance; how to decide whether you need an attribute or something more; and why you should nearly always ask for more than a data value.… (more)
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Title:Object Models: Strategies, Patterns, and Applications (2nd Edition)
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Info:Prentice Hall (1996), Edition: 2, Paperback, 544 pages
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-wish this had been around when I first learned programming and software design ( )
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This is a new edition of this pack which covers the three leading object modelling notations, Coad, OMT and the new Unified (Booch-Rumbaugh) methodology. It presents 177 state-of-the-art strategies and 31 patterns for object model development. The new edition includes 29 new strategies which include: using feature milestones to deliver results more quickly; extracting useful content from data models; using patterns to discover new features, separating definition from usage; when to use, or not use, inheritance; how to decide whether you need an attribute or something more; and why you should nearly always ask for more than a data value.

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