Wolfgang Pree, Gustav Pomberger,
"Object-Oriented versus Conventional Software Development: A Comparative Case Study"
, in Microprocessing and Microprogramming, Nummer 35, Seite(n) 203 - 212, 1992
Object-Oriented versus Conventional Software Development: A Comparative Case Study
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Although object-oriented programming techniques have envolved into an accepted technology with recognized benefits for software development, profound qualitative and quantitative comparisons of conventional (module-oriented) and object-oriented systems are missing. We derive statements about qualitative and quantitative differences between conventional module-oriented and object-oriented software systems from the construction of a prototyping tool which was implemented in Modula-2 as well as in C++ (based on an object-oriented application framework). We also discuss the most striking reusability problems of object-oriented software building blocks.