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Chapter 6 – Object Modeling 1. _____ are characteristics that describe an object. A. Attributes B. Classes C. Instances D. Messages 2. A message is a(n) ____ to an object. A. data transfer B. invitation C. command D. lifeline 3. The end product of object-oriented analysis is the ____. A. system design B. object model C. use case description D. superclass 4. An object can have a specific attribute called a ____. A. message B. class C. case D. state 5. Polymorphism means that a message gives ____. A. different meanings to different objects B. the same meaning to different objects C. different meanings to a single object D. none of the above
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Unformatted text preview: 6. A ____ is an object that derives its attributes from a parent. A. subclass B. subobject C. child D. pet 7. ____ enable objects to communicate and interact. A. States B. Classes C. Records D. Relationships 8. A use case ____ is a table documenting details of a use case. A. description B. diagram C. field D. boundary 9. A system ____ shows what is included in a system and what is not included in a system. A. message B. method C. boundary D. cardinality rule 10. A(n) ____ diagram is a dynamic use case model showing class interaction. A. origin B. focus C. state D. sequence...
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course CNIT 180 taught by Professor Victorbarlow during the Spring '12 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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