qPractical object Oriented design deals with the designing of software systems in the 'solution space' using the Unified Modelling language (UML 2.0). This book builds on the analysis models created in it's precursor, Practical Object Oriented Analysis, and iteratively creates architectural and solution models.q -- Book jacket.Run-time objects and run-time component instances are executed on processors. A node is a physical object having memory and processing capabilities. Printer and keypad readers are common examples of nodes on a deployment diagram.
|Title||:||Practical Object Oriented Design|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning Australia - 2005|