Object-Oriented Development : The Fusion Method
This volume is intended for software engineers and software project managers who want to use the object-oriented methods, processes and techniques. It shows how to use an object-oriented analysis and design methodology that synthesizes the best features of the most popular running methods, including Rumbaugh and Booch. The text outlines the entire object-oriented software development process from developing a requirements document, through an analysis phase, developing object-oriented models, mapping design models onto implementation language constructs, comparing some of the most widely-used analysis and design methods and presenting methods for achieving software reuse and management goals.
- Paperback | 450 pages
- 178 x 235mm | 450g
- 01 Apr 2000
- Pearson Education Limited
- Harlow, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Analysis models and notations; process of analysis; design; implementation; case study; exercises; fusion and other methods; reuse; managing a fusion project.