Developing Fusion Objects for Instruments
The successful application of object-oriented technology to real-world problems is a nontrivial task. This is particularly true for developers transitioning from nonobject-oriented methods to object-oriented methods. Key factors that improve the probability of success in applying object-oriented methods are selecting an object-oriented method, developing a process definition, and continually improving the process.
by Antonio A. Dicolen and Jerry J. Liu
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