Abstract: An introduction to systems modeling using object oriented analysis, which focuses on the identification, formalization, and verification of expert knowledge.
Keywords: book review, software, consulting, robotics, object-oriented analysis, computer systems analysis, real-time control, information modeling, development.
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Title: Object Oriented Systems Analysis: Modeling the World in Data
Author: Sally Shlaer, Stephen J. Mellor
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Date Published: April 1988
ISBN: 013629023X
LOCN: QA76.76.D47S53 1988
Dewey: 005.1 19
Pages: 144
Bibliography: 13
Figures: 88
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Chapter 1: Why Information Modeling?

Chapter 2: Basic Ideas

Chapter 3: Objects

Chapter 4: Attributes

Chapter 5: Relationships

Chapter 6: Constructions Involving Many Objects

Chapter 7: Representation of the Information Model

Chapter 8: Techniques

Chapter 9: The Role of the Information Model in System Development

Appendix A: Information Model for Management of Magnetic Tapes

Appendix B: Data Organization for a Real-Time Process Control System


Author:        Shlaer, Sally.
Title:         Object-oriented systems analysis : modeling the
                  world in data / Sally Shlaer, Stephen J. Mellor.
Published:     Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Yourdon Press, c1988.
Description:   xii, 144 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series:        Yourdon Press computing series
LC Call No.:   QA76.76.D47S53 1988
Dewey No.:     005.1 19
ISBN:          013629023X (pbk.) : $17.25
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 139-140.
               Includes index.
Subjects:      Computer software -- Development.
               System analysis.
Other authors: Mellor, Stephen J.
Control No.:   87034049 


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