Basic Guidelines for Object-Oriented Methodologies

In this chapter, we shall discuss some of the basic guidelines for OOSE. The chapter proceeds under the following subtopics:

  • Object Identification
  • End-User Involvement
  • OO Diagramming
  • Enterprise-wide Design
  • Emphasis on OO-CASE Tools versus OO-Programming Language
  • OO Modeling
  • Summary and Concluding Remarks

A4.1 Object Identification

Skilled analysis is required in identifying object types. It is very important to identify object types that will make up the software system. In traditional software engineering, the primary question that the software engineer used to ask is, what do you ...

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