INTRO - INTRO Programs treat them like movies need a basic user story prose version of what program does foundation of good software Creating a

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INTRO Programs: treat them like movies, need a basic user story - prose version of what program does - foundation of good software Creating a simulation - need models to represent objects o models are driven by user story - Alice uses known models - Define objects we want in our simulation o Classes define the types and create objects of that type o Objects act in the simulation o Object oriented: define class then define mechanism of class Ie. Class called box, create 15 different instances of boxes, have modifiable characteristics Running a simulation - different information because each object plays a different role o ie: people at a restaurant: waiter, hostess, customer, chef, cashier - Questions to ask: o What data do they need to do their job? o What does each type need to know how to do? o What other objects are there? Alice Simulations - create: 3d movies, 3d games - will use to simulate stories Creating a Movie: - choose world - add objects (choose from local gallery or search gallery)
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course CSCI 053 taught by Professor Sibert during the Fall '10 term at GWU.

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INTRO - INTRO Programs treat them like movies need a basic user story prose version of what program does foundation of good software Creating a

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