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Object-Oriented Analysis and Design

Object-Oriented Analysis and Design

Description

This series provides an overview of object orientation and describes the process for developing object-oriented programming. It explains the development stages of object-oriented programming and how to manage the relationships and hierarchies between objects. It also explains the creation of object-oriented design and analysis systems, including the functions of the object-class, structure, subject, attribute, and service layers. It discusses the concepts of moving from analysis to design, and designing an object-oriented system using the Problem Domain component, the Human Interaction component, and the Data Management component.

INTRO

Provides an overview of object orientation and describes the process for developing object-oriented programming.

  • Advantages of Using Object Orientation
  • Concepts for Object Orientation
  • Components of Object Orientation
  • The Development Process
  • Object Relationships
  • Object Hierarchies

SYSTEM

Explains the creation of object-oriented design and analysis systems.

  • Analysis and Design of a Sample System
  • The Structure and Subject Layers
  • The Attribute Layer
  • The Service Layer
  • Object-Oriented Design
  • The Problem Domain Component
  • The Human Interaction Component
  • The Data Management Component


Outcomes

Printable Transcript

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Assessment

course quick facts
course code DED9235
cost $93.00
estimated time to
complete course
40 Hours
course materials
available
365 Days