CS 691J - Spring '96

Object-Oriented Technology - Slides

Instructor: Enrico Gobbetti

Welcome to the CS 691J on-line presentation on object-oriented technology. These slides correspond to the introductory talks given by Enrico Gobbetti. You are welcome to browse this material and use it for personal reference. This material is not intendend for redistribution or reuse in public presentations.

  • 1.1 Introduction
  • 1.2 Software Quality
  • 1.2 Component-Oriented Software Technology
  • 1.3 Building Quality Software
  • 2.1 Building Quality Software (continued)
  • 2.2 A Simple Example
  • 3.1 Analysis and Design of Reliable Systems
  • 4.1 Design Patterns
  • 4.2 Analysis and Design of Reliable Systems (Concluding Remarks)
  • 5.1 Object-Oriented Paradigms
  • 6.1 Typing and Object-Oriented Languages

  • Credits

    Sources for this presentation include the books Object-Oriented Software Construction by Bertrand Meyer, Seamless Object-Oriented Software Architecture by Kim Walden and Jean-Marc Nerson, and Design Patterns, by Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides. Exact references for these books are included in the presentation.

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