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Title: Object oriented analysis and programming for a working capital management system
Authors: Weber-Lee, Rosina
Viali, Lori
Pacheco, Roberto
Martins, Alejandro
Barcia, Ricardo M.
Khator, Suresh
Keywords: Working Capital Management;Object Oriented Programming;Accounting;C++
Issue Date: 9-Apr-1995
Citation: Paper presented at the IEEE/IAFE 1995 computational intelligence for financial engineering, CIFEr, New York, NY.
Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is to present an Object Oriented Analysis (OOA) of a firm and its accounting and financial environments for the implementation of a working capital management system. The object oriented analysis has been designed so that it can be used by different types and sizes of companies, (e.g., industrial, commercial or service). This versatility is a consequence of an important feature of the object oriented paradigm: the reusability of code. This OOA includes firm’s regular operations as well as tools and reports used in the management of working capital such as cash flows and estimated balance sheets. In order to demonstrate the functionality of the OOA, we discuss parts of the analysis that we have implemented successfully in the C++ object oriented programming language.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1860/2667
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