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Object-Oriented Modeling and Design Hardcover – October 1, 1990
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Looking at the examples, one finds that the examples in each model's section are totally unrelated to the examples in the other two model's sections. Essentially, the authors have fabricated example systems for each section that are easy to describe using that particular model, but have failed to show the other two models for those systems. This book would have been far better if the same set of examples were carried through the three types of models, showing how they interrelate.
The primary problem with the book, however, seems to be that it's about OMT. OMT has many serious flaws. OMT's object model notation is reasonable. The functional model notation is satisfactory. The dynamic model is incomplete. And the three models are not related to eachother in any clear way by this book. Without fixing the flaws inherent in OMT, any book on OMT is going to be mostly useless.
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The chapters on object -> RDBMS mapping and implementation using non-OO languages are worth the whole book! Read morePublished on January 10, 2001
Lets face it, this is the best book to get started on Object Oriented Programming. An object is still an object, whether you show it in a cloud or in a box. Read morePublished on March 31, 2000