SYS466 - Analysis and Design using OO Models
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Analysis and Design using OO Models
This subject focuses on the practical application of object oriented concepts to the development of business systems. Students will learn how to use object oriented analysis and design techniques to create software models of business systems using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the Rational Rose modeling tool. Students will perform use case analysis to identify initial classes and will progress to detailed class design, defining class attributes, behaviours, hierarchies and relationships. Throughout the course students will work on creating a detailed software model based on a business case study.
1 Credit for CPA/CPD/CPAC Diploma Students
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Identify class responsibilities and document as class operations
2. Identify, stereotype, and document the key classes in a use case
3. Work effectively as part of the system development team to participate in systems design sessions and deliver an object oriented design model
4. Identify and document critical and exception scenarios for a use case
5. Identify class associations, aggregations and multiplicity and document these in a class diagram
6. Identify and document hierarchical relationships using class diagrams
7. Use Rational Rose software to create use case and logical views of a software model
8. Document object behaviour using interaction diagrams
9. Identify and document class attributes
10. Identify and document the domain components of a system
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