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“CS Object Oriented Analysis and Design Syllabus, Local Author Books, Question Banks”. You all must have this kind of questions in your mind. Object Oriented Analysis and Design. Home / Product AUTHOR: tvnovellas.infoa Sankar,tvnovellas.inforanarayanee. PUBLICATION: AR Publications. Categories: CSE - Semester 5 Books, IT - Semester 5 Books Engineering Local Author Books. Object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD) has over the years, become a case-studies used for this book have been implemented by the authors using Java.
There was a technical fault in the lecture room and the lecture was instead given in the form of a seminar based on a handout with questions to be discussed. In this final lecture before submission of Deliverable D, we will cover advanced notions seen in object-oriented programming languages and their "reflection" in OO analysis and design, theoretical or practical. We cover also, as a final prelude of the lecture series and to the extent that time admits doing so, methodology and the broader software engineering perspective preparing for a sequel course in Software Engineering, notably and finally advanced UML concepts that we have not yet discussed such as stereotypes on associations, kinds of dependency relations, etc. Reading instructions: There is no corresponding text in the course literature, except the general text about OO principles in Booch et al's textbook. Here we will go further, and you are advised to consult the lecture slides and your own notes. The material coverered stems from e.
The book then distinguishes, rather confusingly between a development macro-process and a micro-process.
A micro-process model is presented only for architectural and component analysis and design, its activities consist of identifying object-oriented elements, defining the collaboration between elements, defining the relationship between elements and defining the semantics of the elements their attributes and behaviour. The part of the book devoted to method draws to an end with a chapter on pragmatics. Very few of the pragmatics are specifically related to analysis and design, and unfortunately the book again balloons up into generality on such topics as software development management, staffing, documentation and so on.
Even the sections which are clearly important for analysis and design, such as Quality Assurance and Metrics manage to be singularly unhelpful. For example, the authors state that: Our primary focus here is on product metrics sometimes called design metrics that help the development team assess the artifacts of their analysis and design efforts.
The developers may come up with a number for, say, weighted methods per class supposing one manages to come up with a reasonable weight scheme -another important omission or the depth of an inheritance tree, but is that number telling him he has a good or a bad design on his hands?
Booch et al stay mum on the subject, both in this chapter and in the applications sections where few if any metrics are reported. Thus, ending what ought to be a key section on evaluating object-oriented analysis and design by stating: There is still disagreement about how object-oriented design principles contribute to software quality; consequently, there is still much debate about what constitutes an appropriate set of object-oriented metrics.
So after painfully slogging through pages we finally reach the best part of the book, which describe the analysis and design of five applications: - A satellite-based navigation system; -A train traffic management system; -A simple cyptoanalysis application for deciphering single substitution cyphertexts; -Software for a weather monitoring station; -An employee vacation tracking system.
In spite of the RUP-like framework, the analysis and designs lack unity, to me they show all the signs of having been tackled by different teams.
Thus some of the case studies focus on the problem domain, while others notably the vacation tracking system focuses, in the inception phase, on a specific application environment, thus it starts by stating the design will implemented using Java, Java Server Pages JSP , Tomcat,, J2EE, EJB It is somewhat of a mystery to me why the applications are presented in the aforementioned order, since the most complex system is presented first and the simplest the weather monitoring station software almost last.
In reality, perhaps agile development should not be put in blunt contradiction to established methodologies such as RUP or UP which are plan-driven.
Pressman received a letter from a university professor asking why he had surrendered and included agile methods in his new edition of his software engineering textbook.
The answer from Pressman was essentially this: whatever works! Are we getting closer to one? In that case, what do we mean by a "discipline"? We hope you will leave this final lecture with many questions, thoughts, and ideas that may lead you to interesting further reflections on the topics and prospects of a software engineering discipline, and that such thoughts or questions can remain with you as you move forward in your computer science education!
You are indeed the future generation of software engineers, architects, and researchers - asking questions can take us quite far c.
Richard Feynman for one! Reading instructions: Alistair Cockburn, Agile Software Development: 41 minute recorded conversation, The Conversation Network a non-profit podcast site. So in this instance, the "reading" instructions means listening instructions! Cockburn makes some statements that may be controversial to quite a few software engineers. Check your Email after Joining and Confirm your mail id to get updates alerts. Searching Keywords: We are very Happy to Provide your all Requirements in a single file……….
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