A Modest Survey of Object-Oriented Approaches

The point of view taken in this article is that the two  main problems in object-oriented design are: Deciding what objects are needed to solve a given problem and organizing them into a suitable architecture. Clearly, analysis of the requirements of the problem has to be done before the object-oriented design can be accomplished. In that sense, object-oriented design includes requirements analysis. A great deal has been published on objects, but the approaches to analysis and design appear to fit in a small number of categories.

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