Multi-Paradigm Design for C++
James O. Coplien
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Coplien offers insight into an analysis and design process that takes advantage of C++'s multiple paradigm capability, including classes, overloaded functions, templates, modules, procedural programming, and more. The book uses understandable notation and readable explanations to help all C++ programmers—not just system architects and designers—combine multiple paradigms in their application development for more effective, efficient, portable, robust, and reusable software. Multi-paradigm design digs deeper than any single technology or technique to address fundamental questions of software abstraction and design.
1. Introduction: The Need for Multiple Paradigms.
Design, Analysis, Domains, and Families: Term Definitions.
Commonality and Variability Analysis.
Multi-Paradigm Development and Programming Language.
Commonality Analysis: Other Perspectives.
2. Commonality Analysis.
Priming Analysis: The Domain Vocabulary.
Dimensions of Commonality and Commonality Categories.
Examples of Commonality.
Reviewing the Commonality Analysis.
Commonality and Evolution.
3. Variability Analysis.
The Commonality Base.
Positive and Negative Variability.
The Domain and Range of Variability.
Some Variability Traps.
Reviewing the Variability Analysis.
Variability Dependency Graphs.
4. Application Domain Analysis.
Subdomains within a Domain Analysis.
The Structure of a Subdomain.
Analysis: The Big Picture.
5. Object-Oriented Analysis.
Object-Oriented Commonality Analysis.
6. Solution Domain Analysis.
The C++ Solution Domain: An Overview.
Commonality Analysis and Polymorphism.
A Summary of the C++ Solution Domain: A Family Table.
7. Simple Mixing of Paradigms.
Activities of Multi-Paradigm Design.
Example: A Simple Language Translator.
Design, Not Analysis.
Another Example: Automatic Differentiation.
8. Weaving Paradigms Together.
Commonality Analysis: What Dimension of Commonality?
Multiple Paradigms: Multiple Dimensions of Variability in One Set of Commonalities
Design and Structure.
Another Example: A Finite-State Machine.
Pattern-Based Solution Strategies.
9. Augmenting the Solution Domain with Patterns.
Commonality and Variability in Common Patterns.
Patterns of Negative Variability.
Multi-Paradigm Tools as a Patterns Adjunct.