By Dennis deChampeaux, Doug Lea, Penelope Faure

With this e-book, software program engineers, venture managers, and power developers might be capable of larger comprehend the function of study and layout within the object-oriented (OO) software program improvement method. This publication provides a minimal set of notions and exhibits the reader easy methods to use those notions for OO software program development. The emphasis is on improvement rules and implementation.

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For example, an analyst can create a transition network with one state and a single transition that connects this state with itself and which concentrates all functionality of the object into this transition. It is unlikely that this yields a conceptually clear representation of an object's behavior. Parallelism For the sake of discussion, we say that two activities are in parallel when they proceed at the same time. Some real-life entities possess parallel features. A person seen as an entity harbors an amazing amount of parallelism, if not at the mental level then at least at the physiological one.

Principles of Database Systems. Computer Science Press, 1982. 7 R. Wirfs-Brock, B. Wilkerson, and L. Wiener. Designing Object-Oriented Software. Prentice Hall, 1990. Next: Chapter 5 Doug Lea Wed Jan 10 07:52:46 EST 1996 Chapter 5: Object Dynamics ● Describing Behavior ● Transition Networks ● Examples ● Reducing Complexity ● Summary In this and the next chapter, we concentrate on the characterization of behavior. The dynamics of individual objects are discussed in this chapter. The next chapter focuses on ``social'' interactive behavior between objects.

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