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Object Oriented Analysis and Design
Overview:

This course presents the basics of the Object Oriented approach to object-oriented analysis and design used in SDLC methodologies such as RUP, UML and BPMN. The course covers the creation of a System Essential Model (requirements specification) and a System Implementation Model (design specification) using object-oriented models and techniques. Hands-on workshops using a JAD format are used to reinforce concepts.

Audience:

This course is designed for business and technical experts that need to learn the basics of the object-oriented process and data modeling.

Prerequisites

None.

Course duration:

5 days

Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
  • Define the terminology and concepts that are the basis of object-oriented theory, such as abstraction, encapsulation and inheritance.
  • Define a planned response system.
  • Identify the essential events, essential activities and essential data that constitute a business system.
  • Create the required models in the object-oriented analysis and design process.
  • Use logical data flow diagrams to create and document a System Essential Model partitioned around object classes
  • Use physical data flow diagrams to create and document the new System Implementation Model partitioned around processors and object classes.
  • Perform application area design, interaction design, data management design, and transaction management design.
  • Discuss the options available when implementing an object-oriented design into a relational database management system.



 
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