Object Oriented Systems Analysis: Modeling the World in Data

@inproceedings{Shlaer1988ObjectOS,
  title={Object Oriented Systems Analysis: Modeling the World in Data},
  author={Sally Shlaer and Stephen J. Mellor},
  year={1988}
}
1. Why Information Modeling? 2. Basic Ideas. 3. Objects. 4. Attributes. 5. Relationships. 6. Constructions Involving Many Objects. 7. Representation of the Informal Method. 8. Techniques. 9. The Role of the Information Model in System Development. Appendix A: Tape Robot Information Model. Appendix B: Tables and Columns: A Model for Shared Real-time Data. References. 

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