UML Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
Current Version: 02-0720-0207
This intensive five-day course provides a practical working knowledge of object-oriented analysis and design. Participants apply analysis and design processes using UML notation to a case study in order to see where and how concepts are best implemented. This course emphasizes the 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 analysis and design process
Utilize UML diagrams at different stages of the development life cycle
Derive use cases and create use case diagrams
Create static structure, behavior, and implementation diagrams via an analytic process
Create an object-oriented system design
This course may prove useful to people such as
systems analysts, designers and developers who will design and develop object-oriented programs.
Those wishing to pursue the topic further could consider:
Instructor-led course, with written exercises.
Objects, classes, inheritance, polymorphism
Introduction to Analysis and Design Using UML
What is UML?
Constructing Use Cases
Use cases and extend relationships
Primary and secondary scenarios
Discovering Potential Classes Using CRC Cards
What is CRC?
Responsibilities and collaborators
Modeling Structural Elements
Aggregation and composition
Modeling Dynamic Behavior
States and events
Notation for actions and activities
Describing the hardware
The Unified Software Development Process
The promise of OOADP
The Requirements Capture Case Study
Identifying actors and use cases
The Analysis Process Case Study
Detail and Architectural Design Process
Discovering design abstractions
Mapping of databases
Designing components and interfaces
Connectivity and communications
Error handling and logging
Moving into the construction phase
Hardware and Software Requirements
Overhead projector, flipcharts. No computers are required.
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