Subject Area: Object-Oriented Prigramming (OOP), Object-Oriented Modeling (OOM), Object-Oriented Design (OOD)
in CIDEC Library.
DICTIONARY OF OBJECT TECHNOLOGY
Donald G. FIRESMITH, 1952- ,
The Definitive Desk Reference
is Senior Member of the Technical Staff at Knowledge Systems Corporation, Editor-in-Chief of the SIGS Reference Library, and the developer of the Firesmith Method, a fourth-generation object-oriented systems development method for large, complex applications. Firesmith is the author of Object-Oriented Requirements Analysis and Logical Design: A Software Engineering Approach, a regular columnist for Report on Object Analysis and Design (ROAD), a frequent contributor for Journal of Object-Oriented Programming (JOOP) and a regular speaker at object technology conferences around the world.
Edward M. EYKHOLT,1962- ,
is a sales engineer with Rational Software Corp. where he provides presales technical support for the Rational Rose product line of object-oriented software engineering tools. Prior to that, he was a business systems consultant with AT&T Global Information Solutions.
Foreword by Jon Siegel
Series: SIGS Reference Library Series
SIGS Books - New York
- ISBN: 1-884842-09-7
- © 1995
- xxv, 603 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Dewey No.: 005.1/1 20
- Object-oriented methods (Computer science) -- Dictionaries.
Computer science -- Dictionaries.
"With this dictionary, Don Firesmith and Ed Eykholt provide a tool that makes possible a common 'people interface,' which can accompany the common object interfaces in our future."
- Jon Siegel, OMG
from the Foreword
Dictionary of Object Technology: The Definitive Desk Reference is the only reference of its kind dedicated to the terminology used in the object technology field. With over 3,000 main entries and over 600 pages, this long-awaited and much needed dictionary is cross-referenced by major components and includes complete appendices specific to industry standards, programming languages, and more.
This fundamental reference will help maintain consistent language usage across the entire spectrum of the object technology field.
SPECIAL FEATURES include:
Reviewed by a Panel of World-Renowned Experts:
- Over 3,000 main entries
- Lists of abbreviations and terms
- Entries in alpha order and indexed under the terms from which they are derived
- Cross-Referencing that provides a context for each term
- Appendices of detailed information on standards, methodologies and programming languages
- Examples and diagrams for even greater clarity
Douglas K. Barry- Object Database Management Group
Grady Booch- The Booch Method
Peter Coad- The Coad Method
Adele Goldberg- Smalltalk
Rick Grehan- Main Dictionary
Brian Henderson-Sellers- MOSES and the Main Dictionary
Agneta Jacobson- Objectory
Mark Mayfield- The Coad Method
Gunnar Övergaard- Objectory
James Rumbaugh- OMT
Jon Siegel- OMG
Tucker Taft- Ada95
Richard S. Wiener- Main Dictionary
Includes bibliographical references (p. 479-481).
AUDIENCE: This reference book is ideal for internal and commercial software developers, trainers, consultants who are building sales relationships, and as a primary source for documentation developers.