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Running Head: ASSIGNMENT FOUR UMLTitleProfessor’s NameInstitutional affiliationDate
2ASSIGNMENT FOUR UMLPART AQuestion FourA class is defined as a model whereby particular instances, and or objects are formed, in the problem space. Classes can be categorized further into two categories which are, concrete class and abstract class. Attribute of the class study is the data that explains the class more for the process boundary. Methods are derived from functioning with the class study as a result of the task. Superclass can be figured out as a class that has got some attributes within some subclasses. Subclasses have most of all of the characteristics of the superclass, but have some that only are of any of the subclass, and not of the superclass. Concrete classes are the classes useful in creating the objects. Abstract classes are generalized to predict the outline of the scope of work in the analysis. Question FiveExamples of derived attributes that can be found on a class diagram include: balance, weight or quantity, denoted on a class diagram as follows; 1. Balance... /balance2. Weight... /weight3. Quantity... /quantity
3ASSIGNMENT FOUR UMLQuestion SevenA patient must be assigned to only one doctor and a doctor can have one or many patients. Patient Doctor An employee has one phone extension, and a unique phone extension is assigned to an employee.