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by Prince Sodhi,Jag Sodhi




Focusing on domain analysis and design processes, this volume sets out a detailed approach to large-scale software projects, integrating object-oriented components, design patterns, and conversion tools that make code written for one purpose serve other uses. Suitable for software managers, analysts, and developers. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Download Software Reuse: Domain Analysis and Design Processes epub
ISBN: 0070579237
ISBN13: 978-0070579231
Category: Technology
Subcategory: Programming
Author: Prince Sodhi,Jag Sodhi
Language: English
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (October 1998)
Pages: 344 pages
ePUB size: 1850 kb
FB2 size: 1889 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 106
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Thordira
This book discusses a number of standard reuse concepts which are described more adequately in other works. The main contribution of this book is that it focuses on domain analysis. There are few books in the software world that describe domain analysis. My main issues with the book are: (1) It does not use UML notation, which is fairly well-known in the industry now; (2) It focuses on US Government reuse work and ignores other approaches; (3) It focuses on object, not components. It is fairly impractical to base a large-scale reuse effort only on objects; (4) It does not really step through how to actually perform domain analysis. It talks about it at a high level. I recommend Carma McClure's book about Software Reuse Techniques. Her chapter 19 is much more informative than this book.
Mot
One of the worst books on reuse I ever read. Lots of weird statements about OO (e.g., polymorphism allows to add attributes!?, UML is a methodology?!). The domain analysis part is incomprehensive and DOES NOT present "the author's new techniques" as the publisher claims, but rather well known ones that are better described elsewhere. For a practitioner, this book is useless, as it nowhere comes even close to good software reuse books (Jacobsen's 0201924765, Basset's 013327859X or Coplien's 0201824671).