Course Description
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design is intended as a first course in object-oriented methodology, focusing on the difference between older process-oriented methods and object methodology. While this is not a programming course, the emphasis is on understanding the techniques and methods of object-oriented analysis, design, and programming that contributes to a safer, more reliable system. Specific object-oriented languages will be referenced only for the purpose of relating object-oriented constructs within the languages. This is a lecture class.
What you will learn ...
Distinguish the differences between process-oriented and object-oriented methodology,demonstrate the techniques and methods for creating with object-oriented analysis, design and programming, review OO constructs within various object oriented languages.
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Object Oriented Analysis and Design with UML