This book presents the most up-to-date technology for rapid development of information systems, use of the object-oriented paradigm, and a model-driven executable profile of UML for such development. The book covers important topics such as: Traditional IS Modeling Paradigms, The Object-Oriented Paradigm, Classes and Data Types, Attributes, Associations, Constraints, Querying, Operations and Methods, State Machines, Collaborations and Interactions, Commands, Presentation, and Architecture, Conceptual Modeling and Modeling Functional Requirements.
Introduction. Chapter 1: Information Systems Modeling. Chapter 2: Traditional Approaches to IS Development. Chapter 3: The Object Paradigm. Chapter 4: Getting Started. Chapter 5: Basic Language Concepts. Chapter 6: Interaction and Querying. Chapter 7: General Concepts. Chapter 8: Classes and Data Types. Chapter 9: Attributes. Chapter 10: Associations. Chapter 11: Constraints. Chapter 12: Querying. Chapter 13: Operations and Methods. Chapter 14: StateMachines. Chapter 15: Collaborations and Interactions. Chapter 16: Commands, Presentation, and Architecture. Chapter 17: About theMethod. Chapter 18: Conceptual Modeling. Chapter 19: Modeling Functional Requirements. Chapter 20: Characteristics of Information Systems. Chapter 21: Process and Principles of Software Development. Chapter 22: The Relational Paradigm. Chapter 23: Structured System Analysis. Chapter 24: Introduction to the Object Paradigm. Appendix A: References and Bibliography. Index.
Collana: Wrox - Programmer to Programmer
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 7.50 x 1.50 inch.
Pagine Arabe: 779