Object-Oriented Information Engineering: Analysis, Design, and Implementation discusses design, both its object-oriented and traditional development and analysis, on which the book gives much focus. The book begins with an introduction to information engineering and its phases, object-oriented information engineering, and object orientation. The text then moves on to more specific topics, such as business information requirements; detailed object modeling; business functions and subject areas; and individual object behaviors and object interactions. The book also explains the integration and validation of analysis models; object structure designs; and system designs and its different applications. The text is recommended for undergraduates and practitioners of computer and/or information engineers who want to learn more about object-oriented design, its relation with traditional design, and its analysis. The book is also for those who wish to contribute and conduct further studies in the field of object-oriented design.Start by identifying a potential object from each data store in a data flow diagram. Draw a line around the ... Examine Data Flows When the data modeled by a data flow is significant to the system, it might become an object. If the fiowa#39;s data ... Output flows should be examined to see if they should be objects. If such a flowanbsp;...
|Title||:||Object-Oriented Information Engineering|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2012-12-02|