Object Oriented Analysis and Design - Course Notes

Object Oriented Analysis and Design - Course Notes

Provides students with a simple, clear, analysis and design notation, a good basic understanding of the concepts of object oriented systems, a method for construction of analyses and designs and some discussion of the implementation of design.

Publication date: 31 Dec 1997

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Object Oriented Analysis and Design - Course Notes

Object Oriented Analysis and Design - Course Notes Provides students with a simple, clear, analysis and design notation, a good basic understanding of the concepts of object oriented systems, a method for construction of analyses and designs and some discussion of the implementation of design.
Tag(s): Object Oriented Programming
Publication date: 31 Dec 1997
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Ken Lunn wrote:Permission is granted to all students in further education establishments to print out and use these notes as part of their studies.

From the Introduction:

Object modelling is useful for designing computer systems, whether those systems are to be implemented in object-oriented languages or not. Most designs are likely to need more than an object-oriented language, such as a database. Therefore, do not think that this is a wasted exercise if you cannot convince your manager to let you use C++, Smalltalk or whatever flavour of the month language is out there.

Object modelling also has a use outside of the design of computer systems. It is an excellent analysis method, and it can be used in business process reengineering, in social science research, or any complex environment where it is important to capture the structure and functionality of some world.

This course aims to provide you with:

1. A simple, clear, analysis and design notation.
2. A good basic understanding of the concepts of object oriented systems.
3. A method for construction of analyses and designs.
4. Some discussion of the implementation of designs.




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