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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Information Management
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Object Model
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:147
  • eBook ISBN:9781609841065

The Object Model

Part 2 - Simple Object Families

by Paul D Fullerton

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Overview
The purpose of the second eBook in the series about the Object Model is to explore the many types of individual objects and object groups that are members of the five simple object families of the Object Model, namely the party object family, the resource
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The purpose of the second eBook in the series about the Object Model is to explore the many types of individual objects and object groups that are members of the five simple object families of the Object Model, namely the party object family, the resource object family, the action object family, the location object family, and the time object family. These simple object families are fundamentally different because of their potential involvement in actions, be they naturally occurring actions or actions initiated by people. This deceptively simple method of classifying objects can be applied to a vast number of tangible and intangible objects of interest to both ordinary people and business organisations. Key to the structure of the Object Model is recognition that members of the action object family are things that can happen to other objects, and that action objects occur at specific places (or location objects) and at specific times (or time objects). Members of the resource object
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