„[Object-oriented analysis is] the challenge of understanding the problem domain and then the system's responsibilities in that light.“

Источник: Object-oriented design (1991), p. 8-9; as cited in: Elisa Bertino, ‎Susan Urban (1994) Object-Oriented Methodologies and Systems. p. 160.

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