CS 5335 - Research in Object-Oriented System Development

Course Description:

The course covers the object-oriented methodologies for system analysis, design, implementation, testing, and other aspects of systems development. Emphasis will be on using OO methodologies to manage the complexity of complicated software. Other topics like modeling, OODB, and OO languages will also be covered.



Course Objectives:

  1. Concepts of the OO models.

  2. Notation and Diagrams.

  3. Object modeling.

  4. Dynamic modeling.

  5. Functional modeling.

  6. System design.

  7. Object design.

  8. Testing and implementation of OO software.

Course Notes:


Section Info:

Lecture/Lab Hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab
Offered: Frequently (typically once a year, Fall or Spring).