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Analysis Patterns: Reusable Object Models by Martin Fowler

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Part 1: Analysis Patterns

This portion of the book presents patterns from a number of business domains. We start in Chapter 2 by looking at patterns for describing relationships that define responsibilities between parties. These include formal organizational and contractual relationships, as well as more informal relationships. Chapters 3 and 4 consider observation and measurement, presenting patterns for recording facts about the world. The origins for Chapter 3 are in health care. Chapter 4 provides a number of patterns from the realm of corporate financial analysis.

Chapter 5 looks at how we refer to objects, not the addressing and memory management of languages, but the indexing we need when referring exactly to objects in our working life. ...

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