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OMT Insights
Perspective on Modeling from the Journal of Object-Oriented Programming

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  • Date Published: December 1997
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780138469658

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  • This book presents the collected writings of OMT guru Dr. James Rumbaugh. These articles--all published in the Journal of Object-Oriented Programming--encompass the development, refinement, and current state of OMT. The book includes a summary of OMT notation and process, with a description of changes needed for the new Unified Modeling Language. Complete with numerous illustrated examples, this collection is a hands-on guide to the use of OMT from many different viewpoints. It shows how to use object-oriented modeling to think clearly about software problems and solve them cleanly and effectively.

    • Presents an accurate picture of the industry's progress and development
    • Applies generally to most varieties of object-oriented modeling, so choice of method is not critical
    • Uses concrete examples to illuminate abstract theoretical ideas
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    'The book is full of practical advice on a wide range of topics and the clear writing and extensive use of examples make the material very accessible. I recommend this book very highly.' Journal of The Association of C & C++ Users

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    • Date Published: December 1997
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780138469658
    • length: 412 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 178 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.652kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. METHODS:
    1. What Is a Method?
    2. Over the Waterfall and into the Whirlpool
    3. Layered additive models
    4. A private Workplace
    Part II. MODELING CONCEPTS:
    5. A National Identity Crisis
    6. Horsing around with associations
    7. What's in a name?
    8. Derived information
    9. Building boxes
    10. Taking things in context
    Part III. MODELING CONUNDRUMS:
    11. Trouble with twins
    12. On the Horns of the Modeling Dilemma
    13. Disinherited!
    Part IV. BEHAVIOR MODELING:
    14. Going with the flow
    15. Let There Be Objects
    16. Forceful functions
    17. Driving to a solution
    Part V. CASE STUDIES:
    18. The Evolution of Bugs and Systems
    19. Objects in the constitution
    Part VI. DESIGN PROCESS:
    20. Getting started
    21. The Life of an Object Model
    22. Objects in the Twilight Zone
    23. Virtual worlds
    24. Modeling models and viewing views
    25. Controlling code
    Part VII. OMT SUMMARY:
    26. OMT object model
    27. OMT dynamic model
    28. OMT functional model
    29. The OMT process.

  • Author

    James Rumbaugh, Rational Software Corporation, California

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