Final Exam - 1 The system engineering hierarchy starts at...

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1. The system engineering hierarchy starts at the top with the world view, of which has many products. We look at the world view as a whole in order to get a proper context. In other words keep the big picture in focus. The second part is looking at the domain view which is a one part of the world view and each of the sections of the domain are essential to the functioning of the whole. The domain view again consists of many more elements. Each of the elements of the domain element are like a module or some specific call. Each of these elements contains functions and other technical details. Short Essay Question Define object-oriented analysis, explaining at least three of the following concepts: attributes, class, objects, operations, subclass, superclass. Object-oriented analysis takes a problem and creates a conceptual model from the information given. And it does so in a object oriented method. Establishing relationships between the objects and other objects, data and objects and object behavior.
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2009 for the course CIS 351 taught by Professor Jasonlitz during the Winter '09 term at Thomas Edison State.

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