1. The Object-Oriented "Revolution" 2. Is Everything an Object? 3. The Importance of "Object Think" 4. Basic Object-Oriented Concepts 5. Models and UML Notation for the Object-Oriented Approach 6. Understanding Simple Object-Oriented Requirements Models 7. Understanding More Complex Requirements Models With Generalization/Specialization and Whole-Part Hierarchies 8. Object Oriented System Development Lifecycles 9. An Object-Oriented Analysis Case Study of Dick's Dive and Thrive 10. Object-Oriented Design 11. Object-Oriented Development Tools 12. Java Code Examples of Problem Domain Classes 13. Moving To Object-Oriented Development: Why and How
About the Author
John Satzinger is a Professor in the Computer Information Systems department at Missouri State University. With teaching and research experience at leading CIS and MIS university programs since 1991, Dr. Satzinger provides a strong managerial focus and powerful vision for this text. His interests and specialties include systems analysis and design, graphical user interface design, object-oriented development, and database and client-server development. He earned his MBA from Cal Poly University and his Ph.D. from the Claremont Graduate University.