Object Oriented Methods
Addison-Wesley, 1994 - 473 pages
A revision of Ian Graham's successful survey of the whole area of object technology. It covers object-oriented programming, object-oriented design, object-oriented analysis, object-oriented databases, and treats several related technologies. New to this edition are more applications of object-oriented methods and over twice the material on design and analysis.
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The benefits of objectoriented programming and methods
Objectoriented and objectbased programming languages
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