Table of Contents
I. ANALYSIS. 2. Introduction to Analysis.
Exercises.3. Object Statics.
Identifying Objects and Classes.
Exercises.4. Object Relationships.
Identifying Relationships Summary.
Exercises.5. Object Dynamics
Exercises.6. Object Interaction
Sending and Receiving Events.
Exercises.7. Class Relationships
Inheritance of Relations.
Subclasses and Instances.
Other Decomposition Constructs.
Ensembles as Systems.
Exercises.10. Constructing a System Model.
Exercises.11. Other Requirements.
Exercises.12. The Analysis Process.
Software Development Process.
Default Sequence of Steps.
OO Analysis of the OO Analysis Process.
Exercises.13. Domain Analysis.
Exercises.14. The Grady Experience.
II. DESIGN. 15. From Analysis to Design.
Exercises.16. Description and Computation.
Translating Analysis Models.
From Abstract to Concrete Concrete.
Design for Testability.
Transformation and Composition.
Exercises.17. Attributes in Design.
Composition and Inheritance.
Exercises.18. Relationships in Design.
Relations versus Composites.
Exercises.19. Designing Transitions.
States and Guards.
Exercises.20. Interaction Designs.
Exercises.23. Clustering Objects.
System Tools and Services.
Exercises.24. Designing Passive Objects.
Passive Objects in C++.
Exercises.25. Performance Optimization.
Optimization and Evolution.
Optimization in C++.
Exercises.26. From Design to Implementation.
ODL.Bibliography. Index. 020156355XT04062001
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