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Object oriented systems analysis and design (6 points)


Leader: Grace Rumantir

Berwick Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: This unit will cover the utilisation of the object-oriented paradigm to systems analysis and design. The following object-oriented topics will be addressed: Abstraction and Modelling; Class Modelling; Identification, classification, association, generalisation and aggregation; Inheritance, meta-data and notation for object modelling; Dynamic modelling; Events, scenarios, concurrency, synchronisation, event trace and state transition diagrams utilising the Unified Modelling Language (UML); Object-oriented development methodologies; Object-oriented analysis and design and Object communication models

Assessment: Two group based assignments (40%) Systems Analysis (20%) Systems Design (20%) Examination (3 hours - 60%)

Contact Hours: The student workload requirement is 12 hours per week for 13 weeks. Students will attend 2 hours of lectures and one 2 hour tutorial/laboratory session per week. Students are expected to spend 8 hours per week on individual study and assignment work, including library and computing laboratory work beyond these normal class hours

Prerequisites: MMS1403

Corequisites: None

Prohibitions: CPE2003, CSE1205, CSE2200, CSE2305, GCO2816, IMS1002, IMS2001, IMS2071, IMS3805

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