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Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Design in UML

Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Design in UML

Author(s):
  • Meilir Page-Jones
  • Author: Meilir Page-Jones
    • ISBN:9788177586770
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8177586777
    • Price:Rs. 669.00
    • Pages:480
    • Imprint:AW Professional
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Design in UML shows aspiring and experienced programmers alike how to apply design concepts, the UML, and the best practices in OO development to improve their code and their success rates with object-based projects.

    Readers will also come away with a better understanding of object-oriented concepts and how to design and develop the high-quality software their client need.

    Table of Content

    I. Introduction
    1. What does it mean to be object oriented, anyway?
    2. Object orientation--who ordered that?
    II. UML Notation
    1. The basic notation for classes, attributes and operations.
    2. Class diagrams.
    3. Object-interaction diagrams.
    4. State diagrams.
    5. Additional design diagrams.
    III. Fundamental Design Principles
    1. Encapsulation and connascence.
    2. Domains, encumbrance and cohesion.
    3. State space and behavior.
    4. Principles of robust class hierarchies.
    5. The perils of inheritance and polymorphism.
    6. Organizing features.
    7. Quality of a class interface.
    8. Development of an object-oriented component.

    Salient Features

    • Shows aspiring and experienced programmers alike how to apply design concepts, the UML, and the best practices in OO development to improve both their code and their success rates with object-based projects.
    • A practical and well-illustrated guide to UML notation and to building the most useful UML diagrams.
    • Covers Advanced topics in the testing and improvement of design quality, including connascence, level-2 encapsulation, and the use of state-space and behavior to assess class hierarchies.
    • Readers will come away with a better understanding of object-oriented concepts and of how to design and develop the high-quality software their clients need.