Ch02-Object Oriented Analysis and Design

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  Slide 1 Object  Oriented Analysis  Object  Oriented Analysis  and Design  and Design 
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  Slide 2 INTRODUCTION
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  Slide 3 process that contains a supporting notation for defining software,  based on the concept of objects that combine structure and behavior  into a single entity.  A  process  or step-by-step activities or related deliverables that are  used to model and construct software notation  or a representation, often graphical, of the subsystems  that make up a system and describe how the subsystems interact A set of  heuristics  or rules that describe how the system should  work
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  Slide 4 establish two fairly distinct areas of work.  They are:  The Analysis phase  The Design phase
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  Slide 5 Defining the Analysis Phase
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course ACS ACS-3911 taught by Professor Chen during the Spring '10 term at Windsor.

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