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Click to edit Master subtitle style CS 4240 Principles of Software Design Aaron Bloomfield Course Introduction Fall 2009
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22 OO Languages known n Java? n C++? n C#? n PHP? n Perl? n Python? n Smalltalk? n Others?
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33 Pre-requisite n You must have taken CS 216 (now 2150)! n And gotten a C- or above
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44 Course objectives n Create a requirements model using UML class notations and use-cases based on statements of user requirements, and to analyze requirements models given to them for correctness and quality.  n Create  the  OO  design  of  a  system  from  the  requirements  model  in terms  of a high-level architecture description, and low-level models of structural organization and dynamic behavior using UML class, object, and sequence diagrams.  n Comprehend enough OOP in at least one OO language to see how to create software the implements the OO designs modeled using UML.  n Comprehend  the  nature  of  design  patterns  by  understanding  a  small number of examples from different pattern categories, and to be able to apply these patterns in creating an OO design. 
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