Object Oriented Design OOD is concerned with developing object oriented models

Object oriented design ood is concerned with

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90 Object Oriented Design (OOD) is concerned with developing object-oriented models of a software/system to implement the requirements identified during Object Oriented Analysis (OOA) True or False = T 91 Which of the following characterize Object orientated design (OOD) a.process of invention and adaptation b.creates abstractions and mechanisms necessary to meet behavioral requirements determined during analysis c.language-independent d.provides an object-oriented model of a software system to implement the identified requirementse.All of the above 92 Stages in Object orientated design (OOD) includes the followings EXCEPT:
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14 93 Object Orientation is characterized by the followings EXCEPT 94 The attribute namecould be structured as a attribute consisting of first name, middle initial, and last name. This type of attribute is called 95 Which of the following is a single valued attribute a) Register_number b) Address c) SUBJECT_TAKEN d) Reference 96 The normal form that is not necessarily dependency preserving is
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15 98 Looking at the Android development class diagram, the identified No 2 is generalization True realization True or False 100 Looking at the Android development class diagram, the identified No 7 is aggregation True
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16 Section B Bright Smile Surgery (BSS) is a new dental surgery located in Yola. BSS has four dentists, one hygienist, and two receptionists working full time. They are embarking on developing a new software system to support their basic needs (managing patients, their treatments, and appointments), as they are unhappy with the services that they could buy off the shelf. You are responsible for creating a specification for this system. Below you will find a description of how they operate.Whenever patients are seen for the first time, they complete a patient information form that asks their name, address, phone number, date of birth, details of their General Practitioner (GP), information on their previous dentist, and a brief medical history, which are stored in the patient information file. When a patient calls to schedule a new appointment or change an existing appointment, the receptionist checks for an available time slot. Once a good time slot if found for the patient, the appointment is scheduled. If the
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