Design Patterns Explained A New Perspective on Object-Oriented Design

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ISBN-13: 9780321247148
Edition: 2nd 2005 (Revised)
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List price: $59.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional
Publication date: 10/12/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.452
Language: English

In the approximately ten years since the publication of the seminal work in thefield of design patterns (Gamma et al's Design Patterns), this practice hasmoved from being an esoteric part of computer science research to themainstream of software engineering. Yet despite their widespread acceptance,design patterns are frequently misunderstood. These authors learned patternsthe hard way, and their original aim in writing this book (providing the readerwith a gentle yet thorough introduction to design patterns) continues in thesecond edition. This book is the perfect book to read before the reader tries totackle Gamma's famous work, and has been updated to reflect recent trendsand developments in software design.

Sanders recently retired from PPG Industries in Lake Charles, LA. Roy worked for PPG for 42 years and specialized in Process Safety fundamentals since 1974. He is associated with the Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center at Texas A&M, McNeese State University, Lake Charles, and is a member of the editorial boards of both the AIChE's Process Safety Progress and Putman's Chemical Processing. He has taught brief process safety courses across the USA, as well as, Bahrain, Canada, India, the Netherlands Saudi Arabia and Taiwan.

Preface
From Object Orientation to Patterns to True Object Orientation
From Artificial Intellegence to Patterns to True Object Orientation
A Note About Conventions Used in This Book
Feedback
Acknowledgments
An Introduction to Object-Oriented Software Development
The Object-Oriented Paradigm
Overview
Before The Object-Oriented Paradigm: Functional Decomposition
The Problem of Requirements
Dealing with Changes: Using Functional Decomposition
Dealing with Changing Requirements
The Object-Oriented Paradigm
Object-Oriented Programming in Action
Special Object Methods
Summary
The UML--The Unified Modeling Language
Overview
What Is the UML?
Why Use the UML?
The Class Diagram
Interaction Diagrams
Summary
The Limitations of Traditional Object-Oriented Design
A Problem That Cries Out for Flexible Code
Overview
Extracting Information from a CAD/CAM System
Understand the Vocabulary
Describe the Problem
The Essential Challenges and Approaches
Summary
A Standard Object-Oriented Solution
Overview
Solving with Special Cases
Summary
Supplement: C++ Code Examples
Design Patterns
An Introduction to Design Patterns
Overview
Design Patterns Arose from Architecture and Anthropology
Moving from Architectural to Software Design Patterns
Why Study Design Patterns?
Other Advantages to Studying Design Patterns
Summary
The Facade Pattern
Overview
Introducing the Facade Pattern
Learning the Facade Pattern
Field Notes: The Facade Pattern
Relating the Facade Pattern to the CAD/CAM Problem
Summary
The Adapter Pattern
Overview
Introducing the Adapter Pattern
Learning the Adapter Pattern
Field Notes: The Adapter Pattern
Relating the Adapter Pattern to the CAD/CAM Problem
Summary
Supplement: C++ Code Example
Expanding Our Horizons
Overview
Objects: the Traditional View and the New View
Encapsulation: the Traditional View and the New View
Find What Is Varying and Encapsulate It
Commonality/Variability and Abstract Classes
Summary
The Bridge Pattern
Overview
Introducing the Bridge Pattern
Learning the Bridge Pattern: An Example
An Observation About Using Design Patterns
Learning the Bridge Pattern: Deriving It
The Bridge Pattern in Retrospect
Field Notes: Using the Bridge Pattern
Summary
Supplement: C++ Code Examples
The Abstract Factory Pattern
Overview
Introducing the Abstract Factory Pattern
Learning the Abstract Factory Pattern: An Example
Learning the Abstract Factory Pattern: Implementing It
Field Notes: The Abstract Factory Pattern
Relating the Abstract Factory Pattern to the CAD/CAM Problem
Summary
Supplement: C++ Code Examples
Putting It All Together: Thinking in Patterns
How Do Experts Design?
Overview
Building by Adding Distinctions
Summary
Solving the CAD/CAM Problem with Patterns
Overview
Review of the CAD/CAM Problem
Thinking in Patterns
Thinking in Patterns: Step 1
Thinking in Patterns: Step 2a
Thinking in Patterns: Step 2b
Thinking in Patterns: Step 2c
Thinking in Patterns: Step 2d (Facade)
Thinking in Patterns: Step 2d (Adapter)
Thinking in Patterns: Step 2d (Abstract Factory)
Thinking in Patterns: Step 3
Comparison with the Previous Solution
Summary
The Principles and Strategies of Design Patterns
Overview
The Open-Closed Principle
The Principle of Designing from Context
The Principle of Containing Variation
Summary
Handling Variations with Design Patterns
The Strategy Pattern
Overview
An Approach to Handling New Requirements
Initial Requirements of the Case Study
Handling New Requirements
The Strategy Pattern
Field Notes: Using the Strategy Pattern
Summary
The Decorator Pattern
Overview
A Little More Detail
The Decorator Pattern
Applying the Decorator Pattern to the Case Study
Another Example: Input/Output
Field Notes: Using the Decorator Pattern
Summary
Supplement: C++ Code Examples
The Singleton Pattern and the Double-Checked Locking Pattern
Overview
Introducing the Singleton Pattern
Applying the Singleton Pattern to the Case Study
A Variant: The Double-Checked Locking Pattern
Field Notes: Using the Singleton and Double-Checked Locking Patterns
Summary
Supplement: C++ Code Examples
The Observer Pattern
Overview
Categories of Patterns
More Requirements for the Case Study
The Observer Pattern
Applying the Observer to the Case Study
Field Notes: Using the Observer Pattern
Summary
Supplement: C++ Code Example
The Template Method Pattern
Overview
More Requirements for the Case Study
The Template Method Pattern
Applying the Template Method to the Case Study
Field Notes: Using the Template Method Pattern
Summary
The Factory Method Pattern
Overview
More Requirements for the Case Study
The Factory Method Pattern
Field Notes: Using the Factory Method Pattern
Summary
The Analysis Matrix
Overview
In the Real World: Variations
Case Study in Variation: An International E-Tail System
Field Notes
Summary
Endings and Beginnings
Design Patterns Reviewed from the New Perspective of Object-Oriented Design
Overview
A Summary of Object-Oriented Principles
How Design Patterns Encapsulate Implementations
Commonality/Variability Analysis and Design Patterns
Decomposing a Problem Domain into Responsibilities
Relationships Within a Pattern
Patterns and Contextual Design
Field Notes
Summary
Bibliography
Design Patterns Explained: The Web Site Companion
Recommended Reading on Design Patterns and Object Orientation
Recommended Reading for Java Programmers
Recommended Reading for C++ Programmers
Recommended Reading for COBOL Programmers
Recommended Reading on eXtreme Programming
Recommended Reading on General Programming
Personal Favorites
Index

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