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Object-Oriented Design and Analysis (CD-ROM)
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Object-Oriented Design and Analysis (CD-ROM)

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CD-ROM Published: 31/03/2001
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(Note: This course requires the following textbook: Object-Oriented Modeling and Design by Rumbaugh from Prentice Hall). This course provides a practical roadmap to designing object-oriented applications. The process of developing software is extremely creative and potentially satisfying, but often fraught with pitfalls, delays, and bugs resulting in frustration. Performing object-oriented analysis before programming makes the process more grounded, more professional and more orderly.Augmenting and explaining the OMT methodology of Rumbaugh, et al., this course incorporates useful elements of the Unified Modeling Language, Design Patterns, and the Booch, Jacobson, Coad/Yourdon and Shlaer/Mellor methodologies. Its goal is to prepare the software engineer to design OO systems and to develop code with a clarity and minimum of rework and it will provide developers with a clear sequence of steps for the design of OO applications. Although the text includes fragments of C++ and Java, knowledge of them is not required.From this course you will learn: -- The key reasons for using OO methods-- The three parts of the OMT development process-- How to select good class candidatesEvery unit of this course has self-testing questions and problems with solutions as well as hands-on exercises to ensure better understanding and usefulness. Also available as a full print course package including the textbook (IEEE order number HL5733).

Publisher: I.E.E.E.Press
ISBN: 9780780368170

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