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Study Guide for CSC4350/6350Spring 20171.Explain the difference betweenObject-Oriented AnalysisandObject-Oriented Design.2.What is the purpose of modeling?3.Explain “qualified associations” in UML notation briefly and give a small example.4.Objectsare classified as entity, boundary, and control objects in the analysis phase. Explain eachcategory and give one example for each.5.Explain functional and non-functional requirements in requirements analysis. Specify which of thefollowing statements are functional requirements and which are non-functional requirements.a.“The ticket distributor must enable a traveler to buy weekly passes.”b.“The ticket distributor must be written in Java.”c.“The ticket distributor must be easy to use.”6.List major activities during theproject initiationphase of the development life cycle.7.What is afunctional modelwith respect to software engineering?8.What is anobject modelwith respect to software engineering?9.What is adynamic model
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