Object Oriented Metamethods
In part the book creates and motivates the notion of metamodelling and how it can be used to standardise the creation of industry-strength design. At its heart, the book presents an analysis of the main object-oriented design methodologies, including: Booch, OMT, Coad, and Martin/Odell. Based on these descriptions, a proposal is made for a core metamodel framework into which the leading methodologies may be fitted. As a result, software engineers and software managers will find this a valuable "road map" in the future development of software standards.
Programming in Lua
Authored by Roberto Ierusalimschy, the chief architect of the language, this volume covers all aspects of Lua 5---from the basics to its API with C---explaining how to make good use of its features and giving numerous code examples. (Computer Books)
Technology of Object oriented Languages and Systems TOOLS 25
This collection of papers examines the field of database and information systems. It includes topics such as: distribution and concurrency; application design; patterns and frameworks; Java; formal aspects of OO; modeling; languages; and measurement database."
Journal of Object oriented Programming
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The OPEN Toolbox of Techniques
Readers will learn what they need to know in order to actually build an Object-Oriented system using OPEN. The "Toolbox" covers user requirements, project management and quality, modeling techniques, coding, modeling the user interface, and reuse.
The OPEN Process Specification
(((subject category))) Object-oriented technology / Software engineeringThe OPEN Process SpecificationIan Graham, Brian Henderson-Sellers and Houman Younessi(((following line is just a line on its own to highlight the OPEN acronym and explain what it stands for pick out in some way the initial caps, O, P, E and N)))Object-oriented Process, Environment and NotationThe OPEN Process Specification describes a tailorable software development process (part of the OPEN methodological framework) that has been formulated to take account of the differing requirements of projects and provide a flexible framework into which project-specific factors may be incorporated.Here the reader will find a genuinely object-oriented, complete, detailed model of the whole process involved in developing both object-oriented and hybrid systems. The model may be used in conjunction with any object-oriented method or notation, such as Coad, Firesmith, Odell, SOMA, or UML.This book shows how to use the OPEN process to organize, plan and manage both large- and small-scale object-oriented software development projects. The framework for the OPEN process consists of interconnecting activities, which are represented as objects whose methods are the tasks needing to be accomplished. This model provides a strategy that enables professional software developers, project managers and students of software engineering to approach all kinds of software development projects and succeed in achieving timely delivery and high quality products.As well as an in-depth description of the important activities associated with a project, and comprehensive coverage of the kinds of tasks which need to be achieved for different projects, this book also contains: - an extensive reference section containing a detailed description of each task- recommended techniques that provide support for accomplishing each task- a summary of the COMN Light Notation - a foreword by Ed YourdonAbout the authorsIan Graham is an internationally recognized authority on Object Technology and is the developer of the SOMA object-oriented method, which was the chief source for the OPEN process' object model. He has over 20 years' experience as a practitioner in the computing industry and is currently Vice President, Global Markets Technology with the Chase Manhattan Bank. Ian was a founder member of the OPEN Consortium. His best selling books, Object-Oriented Methods and Migrating to Object Technology are also published under the Addison-Wesley imprint.Brian Henderson-Sellers is Director of the Centre for Object Technology Applications and Research in Victoria, Australia, Professor of Computer Science (Object Technology) at Swinburne University and also a founder member of the OPEN Consortium. He is the author of Object-Oriented Metrics and A Book of Object-Oriented Knowledge, which introduced the fountain model that was the inspiration for OPEN's approach to reuse management. Brian is a regular contributor of articles to magazines and journals.Houman Younessi is an academic member of the School of Information Technology at Swinburne University of Technology and a member of the OPEN Consortium. Previously the Managing Director of Australian Business Consultants Pty. Ltd., Houman is an internationally recognized consultant, practitioner and educator specializing in organizational and information technology methods. "Im delighted to see the workof the OPEN Consortium come to the fruition represented by this book. Graham, Henderson-Sellers and Younessi have done a marvelous job in coordinating and distilling the work of over two dozen OO methodologists, and you have much to learn by digesting their explanation of this highly respectable third-generation OO method. I highly commend it to you."Ed YourdonVisit ACM Press and Addison Wesley Longman on the World Wide Web athttp: //info.acm.orghttp: //www.awl-he.com/computinghttp: //www.awl.com/cseng[other logos: ACM logo and ACM 50th anniversary logo?][A-W logo]Addison Wesley Longman Limited[Keyline for barcode]
Systems Analysis for Librarians and Information Professionals
Designed for people with little or no exposure to systems analysis, this book outlines the basic steps in the process, such as identifying problems and selecting strategies for implementing systems. Osborne (library and information studies, U. of Hawaii at Manoa) and Nakamura, an automation trainer
ECOOP 93 Object Oriented Programming
"This volume contains the proceedings of the seventh European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP '93). The conference attracted 146 submissions from around the world, and the selected papers range in topic from programming language and database issues to analysis and design and reuse, and from experience reports to theoretical contributions. The volume opens with an abstract of the keynote address, "Intimate computing and the memory prosthesis: a challenge for computer systems research?" by M.G. Lamming, and continueswith selected papers organized into parts on framework and reuse, concurrency and distribution, types and subtypes, languages and inheritance,time-dependent behavior, object-oriented analysis and design, and reflection. The volume also contains an invited talk, "The OSI manager-object model" by C. Ashford, and the position statements from a panel discussion."--PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE.
Who s who in Australia
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Object Oriented Discrete Event Simulation with Java
Researches and developers of simulation models state that the Java program ming language presents a unique and significant opportunity for important changes in the way we develop simulation models today. The most important characteristics of the Java language that are advantageous for simulation are its multi-threading capabilities, its facilities for executing programs across the Web, and its graphics facilities. It is feasible to develop compatible and reusable simulation components that will facilitate the construction of newer and more complex models. This is possible with Java development environments. Another important trend that begun very recently is web-based simulation, i.e., and the execution of simulation models using Internet browser software. This book introduces the application of the Java programming language in discrete-event simulation. In addition, the fundamental concepts and prac tical simulation techniques for modeling different types of systems to study their general behavior and their performance are introduced. The approaches applied are the process interaction approach to discrete-event simulation and object-oriented modeling. Java is used as the implementation language and UML as the modeling language. The first offers several advantages compared to C++, the most important being: thread handling, graphical user interfaces (QUI) and Web computing. The second language, UML (Unified Modeling Language) is the standard notation used today for modeling systems as a collection of classes, class relationships, objects, and object behavior.