Software Design: From Programming to Architecture

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Wiley, 2004 - Computers - 550 pages

All Computer Scientists and Software Engineers need to understand software design, but until now there hasn't been one, complete, up-to-date guide to its theory and practice.

Eric Braude's Software Design: From Programming to Architecture begins at the code level with programming issues such as robustness and flexibility in implementation. Increasing in abstraction and scope, the book then moves to mid-level issues, emphasizing a thorough understanding of standard design patterns and components. Finally, the book ends with high-level issues such as architectures, frameworks, and object-oriented analysis and design. In addition, the text contains a prologue on software process, making it versatile enough to use in a software engineering course.

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Contents

THE SOFTWARE PROCESS
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Summary of Software Process
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DESIGN PRINCIPLES THE UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE AND CODELEVEL DESIGN 1 Programming Review and Introduction to Softwa...
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Eric J. Braude Associate Professor of Computer Science and Coordinator of the Master of Science in Software Development. PhD, Columbia University MS, University of Miami MS, University of Illinois BSc, University of Natal.

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