Object Oriented Design

Course Description

Covers the key concepts and methodologies required for object-oriented design, evaluation and development with focus on practical techniques such as use-case, CRC analysis, and patterns. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is presented in detail. Special emphasis is given to the use of object patterns in developing software systems.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discuss the major tasks involved in Object oriented Design and Analysis.
  • Construct an object-oriented design.
  • Critically review an object-oriented design.
  • Recognize and apply several design patterns.
  • Create and read several UML diagrams.
  • Undertake a reasonable sized OO design in UML as part of the team-work exercise.
  • Prepare and make a professional technical presentation relevant to the subject.

Prerequisites

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