Object-Oriented Design Patterns for Detailed Design

By: W. Al-Ahmad


There is increasing pressure on software developers to produce quality software in as short a time as possible. This necessitates the reuse of previously developed or commercially available software elements to expedite the development process. The most common form of reuse is the reuse of code in a fine-grain manner such as objects in the object-oriented paradigm or a large-grain manner such as components in the component-oriented paradigm.

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W. Al-Ahmad, “Object-Oriented Design Patterns for Detailed Design”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 5, no. 2 (March 2006), pp. 155-169, doi:10.5381/jot.2006.5.2.a3.

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