Object Oriented Analysis and Design
This intensive five-day course provides a practical working knowledge of object-oriented analysis and design using the Object Modeling Technique (OMT). The methodology is applied to a case study in order to see where and how concepts are best implemented. This course emphasizes effectiveness of using a consistent, robust methodology in object-oriented design through extensive written exercises.
Participants should have experience in analysis and design plus an overall understanding of object-oriented concepts.
After completing this course, participants should be able to:
Describe the object model and how to apply it
Derive an object model, dynamic model and functional model via an analytic process
Create an object-oriented system design
Recognize the current strengths and limitations of object-oriented analysis and object-oriented design
This course may prove useful to people such as
systems analysts, designers and developers who will design and develop object-oriented programs.
Instructor-led course, with written exercises.
The need for object technology
Class and object diagrams
Attributes and operations
Associations and links
Aggregation and inheritance
States and events
Specialization and concurrency
Transforms and terminal transforms
Data stores and control flows
Hierarchy of functions
Definition of terminals
Relationship of OMT Models
Analysis vs. design
Constructing an object model
When to build a dynamic model
When to use a functional model
Concurrency and processor allocation
Combining the models
Object representation and storage
Immaturity of OOA/OOD
Change and reuse
Hardware and Software Requirements
Overhead projector, flipcharts. No computers are required.
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