Object-Oriented Software Engineering : Conquering Complex and Changing Systems: International Edition
Designed for courses in Software Engineering, Software Development, or Object-Oriented Design & Analysis at the Senior or Graduate level.This textbook explores both the theoretical foundations of software engineering as well as the principles and practices of various object-oriented tools, processes, and products. It emphasizes practical experience whereby participants can apply the techniques learned in class by implementing a real-world software project.
- Paperback | 553 pages
- 179 x 233 x 21mm | 814g
- 01 Sep 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
"This book presents an integrated approach - real life examples with abstract structures. Using the UML paradigm to explain other design constructs is great!" - Joan Peckhan, University of Rhode Island/I>"Provides very useful and thorough presentation of object design." - Ray Ford, University of MontanaUML seems to be what the industry wants; this text does a good job with it." - Martin Barrett, East Tennessee State University
Table of contents
I. GETTING STARTED. 1. Introduction to Software Engineering. 2. Modeling with UML. 3. Project Communication. II. DEALING WITH COMPLEXITY. 4. Requirements Elicitation. 5. Analysis. 6. System Design. 7. Object Design. III. MANAGING CHANGE. 8. Rationale Management. 9. Testing. 10. Software Configuration Management. 11. Project Management. IV. STARTING OVER. 12. Software Life Cycle. V. APPENDICES. A: Design Patterns. B: Glossary. C: Bibliography. Index.
About Bernd Bruegge
BERND BRUEGGE is a Professor in the Computer Science Department at the Technical University of Munich and an Adjunct Professor in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. He is the recipient of the 1995 Herbert A Simon Award for Excellence in Teaching in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. ALLEN H. DUTOIT is a Research Scientist in the Computer Science Department at the Technical University of Munich. His research interests include several areas of software engineering and object-oriented systems. He was previously affiliated with the Software Engineering Institute and the Institute for Complex Engineered Systems at Carnegie Mellon University.