Practical Guide to Structured Systems Design
A practical guide that takes the theoretical concepts of structured design and makes them applicable to real-world software development.
Published May 4th 1988 by Prentice Hall
(first published January 1st 1980)
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Jan 05, 2011 Jack Repenning rated it 4 of 5 stars
Although the illustrations are quite dated, this is still a great introduction to important ways of thinking about the relationships between program components (these days, we would say "objects"). Considering the renewed interest in refactoring, brought on by the Agile processes, a little back-to-basics study on "what makes a good boundary definition" is eminently useful.