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SOEN 343 Software Design Section H Fall 2006 Dr Greg Butler http://www.cs.concordia.ca/~gregb/home/soen343h-f06.html
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Midterm Review Midterm Wednesday 18 October 2006 at 13:20 for 60 minutes Midterm covers Larman chapters 1 to 21 But emphasis on chapters 17, 13, 19, 18 Nothing from Fowler’s EAA but layers, MVC included You need to write Java code and draw UML diagrams
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Midterm Review Week 1
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Basic Questions ( Let’s Discuss ) What is software design? How is it different from software programming? Software development? How do we design software? What is the role of objects, layers, architecture, ..? What is the role of tests, responsibilities, patterns, models, …? How does design fit into the software lifecycle? What is good design? How does software design differ from … design?
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Course Objectives “Think in Objects” Analyze requirements with use cases Create domain models Apply an iterative & agile Unified Process (UP) Relate analysis and design artifacts Read & write high- frequency UML Practice Apply agile modeling Design object solutions Assign responsibilities to objects Design collaborations Design with patterns Design with architectural layers Understand OOP (e.g., Java) mapping issues
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What the course is: A (first) look at OO design! Design process: domain model, use cases, design Emphasis: models, GRASP principles, design patterns, responsibility, collaboration Mentions: RDD, TDD, MDD, extensibility Closely follows textbook!
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What is OO Analysis and Design Object-Oriented Analysis Important domain concepts or objects? Vocabulary? Visualized in the UP Domain Model Object-Oriented Design Design of software objects Responsibilities Collaborations Design patterns Visualized in the UP Design Model
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Important Concepts Model Abstraction hiding (unimportant) details Eg, cover of Larman’s book GRASP Principle for assigning responsibility Design pattern Solution to design problem in context Eg, Command pattern
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Responsibility-Driven Design (RDD) Detailed object design is usually done from the point of view of the metaphor of: Objects have responsibilities Objects collaborate Responsibilities are an abstraction.
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