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Principles of Object Oriented Programming
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Course Content Basic Principles of Object Orientation Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML Design Patterns
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Today's Topics Engineering Models Basic Principles of Object Orientation Basic Concepts of Object Orientation
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Engineering Models Modeling is an essential part of all the disciplines in engineering, including software engineering The importance of having a “good” model increases with the complexity of the project
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Engineering Models A model is a simplification of reality Main reason for developing models: Understanding the system being developed We build models of complex systems because we can not comprehend such a system in its entirety
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Principles of Modeling The choice of the model has a significant impact on how the problem is approached and how a solution is devised A model can be expressed at different levels of precision A good model is connected to reality A single model is not sufficient to represent most systems; A set of nearly independent models are required
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Models in Software Engineering Software engineering is an engineering discipline A modeling technique suitable for the programming approach should be used Since object-oriented approach has proven to be superior to other approaches, models designed for this approach are widely used in software engineering
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Models in Software Engineering
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