This book provides an introduction to the understanding and use of object-oriented methodologies for engineering problem solving with a specific emphasis on analysis and design. (Object-oriented programming is a general computer language methodology. The name comes from the focus on describing problems in terms of objects, both physical and conceptual).For example, an electronic circuit might be represented as a collection of many views, each of which could be represented as an icon that has a visual identity corresponding to its physical reality (e.g., symbols for transistors and resistors). ... For example, for this electronic circuit, images of resistors, transistors, and so on would be positioned at various locations on an image and information about the sizeanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1992-05-19|