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Course Overview

Object oriented analysis and design has emerged as a new paradigm of analysis and design of the systems. This Course is designed to help in learning object oriented analysis and design concepts. This Course is having coverage of UML diagrams and will help in developing understanding in the area of system analysis and design concepts using object-oriented approach. This Course will cover different aspects of OOAD with explaining object modeling dynamic modeling and functional modeling.

BLOCK 1 : Object Oriented Modeling and UML

Unit 1 : Introduction to Object Oriented Modelling

Object Oriented Modeling Characteristics
Object Oriented Modeling
Class and Objects
Links and Association
Generalization and Inheritance
An Object Model
Benefits of OO Modeling
Introduction to OOAD tools

Unit 2 : Object Oriented Analysis

Object Oriented Analysis Problem Statement: an Example Differences between Structured Analysis and Object Oriented Analysis Analysis Techniques
Object Modeling o Dynamic Modeling Modeling with Objects

BLOCK 2 : Object Oriented Design

Unit 4 : System Design

System Design: An Object Oriented Approach
Breaking into Subsystems
Concurrency Identification
Management of data store
Controlling events between
Objects Handling Boundary Conditions

Unit 5 : Object Design

Object Design for Processing
Object Design Steps
Designing a Solution
Choosing Algorithms
Choosing Data Structures
Defining Classes and delegation of
Responsibilities to Methods

Unit 6 : Advance Object Design

Control and its Implementation
Control as a State within Program
o Control as State Machine Engine
o Control as Concurrent Task Inheritance Adjustment
Association: Design Object
Representation Design
Optimization Design

BLOCK 3 : Modeling

Unit 7 : Object Modeling

Advance Modeling Concepts
o Abstract Class Multiple Inheritance Generalization as an Extension Generalization as a Restriction Metadata
An Object Model

Unit 8: Dynamic Modeling

State and State Diagram
Elements of State Diagrams
Examples of State Diagrams
Advance Concepts in Dynamic Modeling
A Dynamic model

Unit 9 : Functional Modeling

Functional Models
Data Flow Diagrams
Features of a DFD
Design flaws in DFD
A Functional model
Relationship between Object, Dynamic, and Functional Models

Block 4 : Implementation

Unit 10 : Implementation Strategies

Using Programming
o Using Database System
Unidirectional Implementation Bi-directional Implementation
Implementing associations
Implementing Constraints Implementing Statecharts

Unit 11: Object Mapping with Databases

Relational Database Schema for Object Modes
Object Classes to Database
Tables Mapping Associations to
Tables Mapping Generalizations
to Tables Interfacing to
Object Mapping with Databases:
an Example

Unit 12 : Case Study

This unit will cover all the OOAD aspects Covered in previous 11(eleven) units of this course.

Unit 3 : Using UML

UML: Introduction
Object Model Notations:
Basic Concepts
Structural Diagrams
o Deployment
Behavioral Diagrams:
Use Case
Interaction Overview
O State

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