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A text on industrial system development using object- oriented techniques, rather than a book on object-oriented programming. Will be useful to systems developers and those seeking a deeper understanding of object orientation as it relates to the development process.
Perhaps the most profound and deeply revealing volume on object technology to date...It is simply a must-own book. -- Steve Bilow -- Journal of Object-Oriented Programming
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There are two big weaknesses with this book. Firstly, the book is vague on the amount of detail that should go into a Use Case. This has led to a great amount of confusion and widely different usages in industry. Secondly, the book provides only weak design guidelines beyond those provided for extracting objects from the Use Cases.
Another criticism of the book is that it is written in a very academic tone, which may be hard to understand for some readers.
Another book that covers much of the same ground but in a clearer fashion is Ian Graham's _Migrating to Object Technology_.