Object-Oriented System Analysis and Design : International Edition
Written primarily for undergraduates in CIS and MIS programs.This text takes the approach to SAD developed by the authors in their other texts and adapts it for an object-oriented perspective, faithful to UML and to systems development practices currently in use in many organizations. This text could be used in an introductory SAD class, or a second SAD course where OO approaches are being introduced after structured techniques are taught in the introductory course. It is the first OO SAD book to approach OO from the first chapters and not just an insert of a couple chapters on objects later in the text.
- Paperback | 528 pages
- 215 x 276 x 19mm | 1,074g
- 01 Dec 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
I. FOUNDATIONS FOR OBJECT-ORIENTED SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT. 1. The Object-Oriented Systems Development Environment. 2. Introduction to Object-Orientation. II. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING. 3. Managing the Object-Oriented Information Systems Project. 4. Project Management and Planning. III. SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. 5. Determining Object-Oriented Systems Requirements. 6. Structuring System Requirements: Use Case Description and Diagrams. 7. Conceptual Data Modeling. 8. Object-Relational Modeling. 9. Analysis Classes. 10. Selecting the Best Alternative Design Strategy. IV. SYSTEMS DESIGN. 11. Physical Database Design. 12. Design Elements. 13. Designing the Human Interface. V. SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION. 14. OOSAD Implementation and Operation. Glossary of Acronyms. Glossary of Terms. Index.