Object Oriented Systems Analysis and Design (IE-Paperback)
Noushin Ashrafi, Hessam Ashrafi
- 出版商: Prentice Hall
- 出版日期: 2008-12-31
- 售價: $1,180
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $1,121
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 648
- 裝訂: Paperback
- ISBN: 0131354795
- ISBN-13: 9780131354791
1 . Continuing Case Study: The Walden Medical Center- Besides
examples that clarify and illustrate each concept or tools, the book follows one
case, the Walden Medical Center, from gathering requirements to architecture and
implementation. The first three chapters lay the theoretical groundwork for what
the rest of the book aims at: a pragmatic roadmap to system analysis and design
so that students can see how each concept is related to the others.
2 . MIS Concepts in the Real World- In order to assist students in applying the concepts learned in class to the real world, four other continuing cases include: - Marketing and subscriptions to sports magazines - A car dealership - A pizza shop - A real estate agency
3 . Unique Chapters- A major goal of this book is to close the gaps between concepts that are vital to the real development process, but are partially or totally missing from textbooks on system analysis and design. Among them are the following chapters: - Domain Analysis, or the "missing link" in system development - Patterns. Increasingly important to the industry but, perhaps, perceived as too difficult to teach in an introductory coursethe authors will illustrate that this is not the case - Reuse & Components. Components, the most important vehicles for reuse, are now an established presence in the industry - Architecture. The construction of a house cannot start without some sort of an architectural plan and yet many ?including practitioners ?behave as though an information system can be built without one
This text teaches students object-oriented systems analysis and design in a
highly practical and accessible way. For business professionals who would like a
firm grounding in object-oriented systems and theory.
I. THE FOUNDATIONS.
1. Information Systems.
2. The Concept of Object Orientation.
II. OBJECT-ORIENTED ANALYSIS.
4. Gathering Requirements
5. Domain Analysis
6. Behavioral Modeling I — Use Cases: The Basics
7. Behavioral Modeling II — Developing Use Cases
8. Structural Modeling
9. Dynamic Modeling
III. OBJECT-ORIENTED DESIGN.
10. The Design Challenge
11. Application Design I — Flow & Control
12. Application Design II — The User Interface
13. Application Design III — Database & Persistence
15. Components & Reuse