Object-oriented design: a responsibility-driven approach

@inproceedings{WirfsBrock1989ObjectorientedDA,
  title={Object-oriented design: a responsibility-driven approach},
  author={Rebecca Wirfs-Brock and Brian Wilkerson},
  booktitle={OOPSLA '89},
  year={1989}
}
Object-oriented programming languages support encapsulation, thereby improving the ability of software to be reused, refined, tested, maintained, and extended. The full benefit of this support can only be realized if encapsulation is maximized during the design process. We argue that design practices which take a data-driven approach fail to maximize encapsulation because they focus too quickly on the implementation of objects. We propose an alternative object-oriented design method which takes… 

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