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Object-Oriented Software Engineering Practical Software Development using UML and Java Chapter 9: Architecting and Designing Software.

programming language level For example, methods, classes and packages are modules in Java. © Lethbridge/Laganière 2005 Chapter 9: Architecting and designing software8 System A logical entity, having a set of definable responsibilities or objectives, and consisting of/ software92 Example of a Message-oriented application © Lethbridge/Laganière 2005 Chapter 9: Architecting and designing software93 The Message-oriented architecture and design principles 1. Divide and conquer: The application is made of isolated/


1 Good Object-Oriented Design Radu Marinescu Lecture 3 Principles of Object-Oriented Design Part II 19 th November 2002.

Graph of Dependencies 22 Good Object-Oriented Design Radu Marinescu Lecture 3 Cyclic Dependencies 23 Good Object-Oriented Design Radu Marinescu Lecture 3 Acyclic Dependencies Principles (ADP) The dependency structure for released component must be a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) There can be no cycles. R. Martin, 1996 24 Good Object-Oriented Design Radu Marinescu Lecture 3 Breaking the Cycles 25 Good Object-Oriented Design Radu Marinescu Lecture 3 “Copy” Program/


Semester 5 Class College of Engineering and Computer Science University of Somalia Mohamed Adam Isak M.Sc. And B.Sc. of Information Technology Engineering.

a variety of new software engineering techniques and methods were developed, such as structured programming, information hiding and object- oriented development. /PRINCIPLES OF AGILE METHODS 94 PrincipleDescription Customer involvementCustomers should be closely involved throughout the development process. Their role is provide and prioritize new system requirements and to evaluate the iterations of/ systems, which can then have safety consequences. For example, the MHC-PMS is safety-critical as failure may/


Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition Dr. Joseph Giarratano.

programming language that provides support for: –Rule-based –Object-oriented –Procedural programming Syntactically, CLIPS resembles: –Eclipse –CLIPS/R2 –JESS Expert Systems: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition351 Other CLIPS Characteristics CLIPS supports only forward-chaining rules. The OOP capabilities of CLIPS are referred to as CLIPS Object-Oriented Language (COOL). The procedural language capabilities of/: Principles and Programming, Fourth Edition460 Examples of Defining Modules Examples: CLIPS/


11. Chapter 11: The Object-Oriented Approach to Design: Use Case Realization Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, Fourth Edition.

reads database and passes values to customer constructor l Two following examples use this approach 11 Systems Analysis and Design in a /programming language) u Systems design is driven by use cases, design class diagrams, and sequence diagrams l Domain class diagrams are transformed into design class diagrams l Sequence diagrams are extensions of system sequence diagrams (SSDs) 11 Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 4th Edition 67 Summary ( continued ) u Object-oriented design principles/


Joey Paquet, 2010-2013 1 Comparative Study of Programming Languages COMP6411 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES Part 2: Programming Paradigms.

principle can be changed as the program executes prototyping operations. examples: ActionScript, JavaScript, JScript, Self, Object Lisp Joey Paquet, 2010-2013 38 Comparative Study of Programming Languages OOP: Variations object-based objects + classes - inheritance classes are declared and objects are instantiated no inheritance is defined between classes No polymorphism is possible example: VisualBasic Joey Paquet, 2010-2013 39 Comparative Study of Programming Languages OOP: Variations object-oriented/


UMLSecurity-1 CSE 5810 Prof. Steven A. Demurjian, Sr. Computer Science & Engineering Department The University of Connecticut 371 Fairfield Road, Box U-1155.

Security Incorporating Process Should Neither Counter the Intuition nor Decrease the Productivity of the Software Designer.  MAC: (Subject, Operation, Object): Operation = Read|Write|Call Object = A Piece of Atomic Information With Only One Assigned Security Classification  Object-Oriented: Operation = (Read*Write*Call*)* (as Method) Object = An Instance of Class with Many Attributes UMLSecurity-136 CSE 5810 Principle 4  Security Definition via a Unified Perspective that Collects Privileges into a/


OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING INTRODUCTION. WHAT IS OBJECT-ORIENTATION ALL ABOUT? Principles and techniques for system modeling which: Aim to produce a.

others’ methods Parameters –Methods can have parameters to pass additional information during execution OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING BASIC PRINCIPLES UML REPRESENTATION FOR OBJECT ORIENTED SYSTEMS UML (Unified Modeling Language) is a graphical representation scheme used for modeling object oriented systems An OO system is designed using this language in a form of diagrams, with one standard set of graphical notations Introduction to OOP Dr. S. GANNOUNI & Dr. A. TOUIR Page 23/


Object-Oriented Software Engineering Practical Software Development using UML and Java Chapter 9: Architecting and Designing Software.

programming language level For example, methods, classes and packages are modules in Java. © Lethbridge/Laganière 2005 Chapter 9: Architecting and designing software8 System A logical entity, having a set of definable responsibilities or objectives, and consisting of/ software91 Example of a Message-oriented application © Lethbridge/Laganière 2005 Chapter 9: Architecting and designing software92 The Message-oriented architecture and design principles 1. Divide and conquer: The application is made of isolated/


Object-Oriented Technology and Development Computer Science Department, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University.

behaviour (operations) can be grouped together into a class.  An object is an instance of its class.  A class may contain one or more objects.  Every instance in a class have the same operation.  The value of the attributes may not be the same for each instance. For Example, Bicycle Design Principles of OOP Three main design principles of Object-Oriented Programming(OOP):  Encapsulation  Polymorphism  Inheritance What is Polymorphism?  Polymorphism—the same/


THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF IT Prof. Witold Chmielarz, PhD Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw.

programming elements (i.e. the functional decomposition ), which can be expressed by means of simple algorithms, supplemented with the description of auxiliary operations Designing of software structure can be carried out by means of a structured or object-oriented approach In the structural approach we distinguish two methods:  bottom-up design - the realization of the principle of/periods are not always identical.  A good example of this type of application are among others:  financial applications: /


Patterns of Conflict John R. Boyd

5 Examples /carry out this program, a la/of the principles of war (or military art). 180 Principles of war 181 USA United Kingdom Soviet Union France Objective Offensive Mass Economy of forces Maneuver Unity of command Security Surprise Simplicity Aim/goal Coordination Offensive Freedom of action Concentration Economy of efforts Surprise Security Morale Control of rear Mobility/tempo Concentration of efforts Surprise Combat activeness Preservation of combat effectiveness Conformity of/—orientation-decision/


Eiffel in Depth Bertrand Meyer With material by Emmanuel Stapf (Eiffel Software) & members of the ETH Chair of Software Engineering Chair of Software.

in Object-Oriented Software Construction, 2 nd edition): I say a big NO ! Leaving an unreferenced object around is BAD PROGRAMMING. Object pointers ARE like ordinary pointers if you allocate an object you /principle Traditional notations should be supported with an O-O semantics 72 Infix and prefix operators In a b the operator is infix (written between operands) In b the operator is prefix (written before the operand) 73 The object-oriented form of call some_target. some_feature (some_arguments) For example/


Principles of Functional and Logic Programming

Object-Oriented, Concurrent, …) Programming Declarative Programming Functional Programming Logic F L P Principles Agent Environment CS 6715 FLP 11-Apr-10 Top-Level Terminology for Functions (FP), Relations (LP), and Their Combinations (FLP) FP: Function LP: Relation (or Predicate) FLP Operation Principles CS 6715 FLP 11-Apr-10 Preview of Foundations of Functional-Logic Programming/. Returned Values CS 6715 FLP 11-Apr-10 Functional Computation Example: “French Antonym Agent” The functional agent fr-antonym – /


1 Applying Semantics to Service Oriented Architectures Oasis Symposium 2006 The Meaning of Interoperability 9-12 May, San Francisco Presenters: Adrian.

program) Peer to Peer –interaction between equal partners (in terms of control) WSMO Design Principles == WSMX Design Principles == SOA Design Principles OASIS Symposium 200675 Benefits of SOA Better reuse –Build new functionality (new execution semantics) on top of/ When the service requests Choreography & Orchestration VTA example: Choreography = how to interact with the service/ Lausen, G., and Wu, J. (1995). Logical foundations of object-oriented and frame-based languages. JACM, 42(4):741-843. [Kiffer/


1 GMPLS networks Malathi Veeraraghavan Professor Charles L. Brown Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Virginia Tutorial.

(example: weighted fair queueing) Traffic shaping/policing (example: leaky-bucket algorithm) 58 Outline Principles –Different types of connection-oriented networks  Technologies –Single network –Internetworking Usage –Commercial networks –Research & Education Networks (REN) 59 Technologies Connection-oriented (CO/ routing table and ARP table when circuit is set up as part of signaling code comparable to switch fabric programming in the switch ARP table is also automatically updated to avoid extra /


Business Ethics: A New Style of Management and Investment

of programs to meet objectives & targets, checking & corrective action, and management review. Why is the concern? May become a contractual requirement of customers in both the U.S. and the EC. It is a continuation of the ISO-9000, may eventually become a requirement for obtaining ISO-9001 recertification. It is a logical next step because it is very similar to ISO-9001 and the principles of/


INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF ORGANIZATIONS Alberto Veira Ramos

new goals and means. For example, rebels may use social or political activism to replace the goal of personal wealth with the goal of social justice and equality MAIN SOCIOLOGICAL THEORIES ACTIONALISM Weber CONFLICT Marx FUNCTIONALISM Durkheim Merton THEORIES OF CONFLICT AND POWER Karl Marx Lenin Bruno Rizzi James Burnham Harry Braverman Robert Michels THEORIES OF CONFLICT AND POWER Conflict oriented theories have their roots on/


AOT Lab Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione Università degli Studi di Parma From Distributed Objects to Multi-Agent Systems: Evolution of Middleware.

closed for use but open for extension.  Single Choice Principle (SCP).  Whenever there is a list of alternatives, at most one module can access it.  The two principles above require Object-Orientation.  OCP requires (implementation) inheritance.  SCP requires (inclusion) polymorphism. DS Seminar – Cesena, March 5 th, 200317 of 127 OOP Concept (1) The fundamental concept of object-oriented programming is: The Object The Class DS Seminar – Cesena, March 5 th, 200318/


3D Game Programming Using TheFly3D©

as the hotkey Network System … TheFly3D Game Engine - The Main Program The Main Program void main(int argc, char **argv) { // create the/basic linear transformations Translate Rotate Scale Principles Right-handed rule v’ = v/of radius of the spheres, than these two objects have no chance to collide. D > Sum(r1, r2) Application Example - AABB Axis-aligned bounding box (AABB) Simplified calculation using axis-alignment feature But need run-timely to track the bounding box AABB Application Example - OBB Oriented/


Modern Philosophy since the Pre-Enlightenment

of experience (in anticipation of Kant’s postulation of space & time as apriori organizing principles of experience intrinsic to the mind but the result of experience acquired by succeeding generations of humans over biological history). Berkeley’s fallacy of “necessity” of sensibility ("x)((Ox & Sx)  Sx) or [Ox: “x is an object/a decision, on religion, for example, where we have a right / of Hilbert’s 19th century Erlangen Program to apply the methods & tools of axiomatic mathematics to the construction of /


Information Technology Education Standards Jaime D.L. Caro, Ph.D. President, PSITE Project Leader, VCTI-IT Associate Professor of Computer Science, UP.

69 Other Topics in Introductory Courses Object-oriented programming: Object-oriented design; encapsulation and information-hiding; separation of behavior and implementation; classes, subclasses, and inheritance; polymorphism; class hierarchies Software design: Fundamental design concepts and principles; object-oriented analysis and design; design for reuse 70 Other Topics in Introductory Courses Using APIs: API programming; class browsers and related tools; programming by example; debugging in the API/


Forensic Accounting Update Copyrighted 2001 D. Larry Crumbley, CPA, Cr

nevertheless concluded that “Willametie’s report was result-oriented and this was reflected in Dr. Pratt’s testimony.” The Judge noted that appraisers “have third-party responsibilities – just as certified public accountants do – to those who rely on their opinions, and their determinations must be independent and objective….” Dr. Pratt strayed from the standard of objectivity and cast aside his scholar’s mantle and/


Object Oriented Analysis and Design 1 Chapter 6 Design Patterns  Creational Design Patterns  Structural Design Patterns  Behavioral Design Patterns.

+turnOn +turnOff Object Oriented Analysis and Design 31 Adapter Pattern – Switch example  It satisfies both the DIP and the OCP  But there is a potential violation of the Single-Responsibility Principle (SRP: A / Subclasses of TCPState implement state-specific behavior. Object Oriented Analysis and Design 140 State Pattern – Example  Consider the Finite State Machine of Turnstile  Ftocraw.java is a example program Object Oriented Analysis and Design 141 State Pattern – Example  The structure of the /


Object Oriented Programming Chapter 7 Programming Languages by Ravi Sethi.

the destructor in the base class EXAMPLE A prime example of object orientation would be a program that draws diagrams. The object would be shapes. Can classify a shape based on its properties. Classification of shape objects –Figure 7.2 Page 257 /Privacy Principle Private Variables ( accessible only to inherited functions ) –rear inherited 7.7 OBJECTS IN SMALLTALK Smalltalk is built on the concepts of objects and messages. Everything is an object. Data is private to an object. An object has a notion of self./


Advanced Operating Systems

Tends to lead to client/server style of computing Examples Mach (internally) Spring (totally) Object-Oriented Organizations Object-oriented organization is increasingly popular Well suited to OS development, in some ways OSes manage important data structures OSes are modularizable Strong interfaces are good in OSes Univ. of Tehran Distributed Operating Systems Object-Orientation and Extensibility One of the main advantages of object-oriented programming is extensibility Operating systems increasingly need/


Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, Fourth Edition

Edition Example Class Definition in Java for Student Class (Figure 11-4a) Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 4th Edition Object-Oriented Design /programming language) Systems design is driven by use cases, design class diagrams, and sequence diagrams Domain class diagrams are transformed into design class diagrams Sequence diagrams are extensions of system sequence diagrams (SSDs) Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 4th Edition Summary (continued) Object-oriented design principles/


CS377A: A Programming Approach to HCI Jan Borchers Spring 20021 A Programming Approach to HCI CS377A Spring Quarter 2002 Jan Borchers, Stanford University.

Programming Approach to HCI Jan Borchers Spring 2002118 The Macintosh Toolbox Sets of routines to do various tasks Functional, not object-oriented (originally written in Pascal) Organized into Managers CS377A: A Programming Approach to HCI Jan Borchers Spring 2002119 Event Manager Event loop core of/ // Put event into the Event Heap } catch(Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); } Event Heap Example App: speaker import iwork.eheap2.*; import javax.speech.*; import javax.speech.synthesis.*; class speaker { // /


Harvey SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 1 Polymorphism Principles of Object-Oriented Software Development (Chapter.

can be specified using type calculi derived from lambda calculus l Consistency of a programming language’s type system can be analyzed using these calculi Harvey SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 38 Beta conversion -- examples Harvey SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 39 The lambda calculus -- properties Harvey SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 40 A simple type calculus Harvey SiyPrinciples/


CS377A: A Programming Approach to HCI Jan Borchers Spring 20021 A Programming Approach to HCI CS377A Spring Quarter 2002 Jan Borchers, Stanford University.

. Not good for lots of processing (better as a GUI glue for compiled elements) Graphics Model: (in canvas) 2D Vector shapes. CS377A: A Programming Approach to HCI Jan Borchers Spring 2002242 Tcl/Tk Wrapup Style: Native Toolkit used. (Pay for that with smaller widget set – or pure Tcl/Tk widgets added as extensions – combobox, for example) Extensability: Difficult – not really object oriented Adaptability: High. Can/


Type Systems and Object- Oriented Programming (II) John C. Mitchell Stanford University.

-theoretic framework l Principles of object-oriented programming l Decomposition of OOP into parts l Formal models of objects Goals l Understand constituents of object- oriented programming l Insight may be useful in software design l Trade-offs in program structure l Possible research opportunities »language design »formal methods »system development, reliability, security Object-Oriented Programming l An object consists of »hidden data »public operations l Program sends messages to objects Hidden data msg/


OOPSLA 05 Amiram Yehudai A subjective report. 2 Program Invited speakers Invited speakers Technical papers Technical papers Practitioner reports Practitioner.

method, teachlets can also be used as a design object in seminar-like workshop events. In the course on advanced concepts of object- oriented programming described here, the participants themselves developed and used /of a method to be declared relative to that of others. We present the formal semantics of anchored exception declarations, along with the necessary rules for ensuring compile-time safety, and give a proof of soundness. We show that anchored exception declarations do not violate the principle of/


CSE333 URBSOO-1 User Role Based Security for Object-Oriented Systems/Applications M.-Y. Hu, S. Demurjian, T.C. Ting Computer Science & Engineering Department.

URBSOO-79 Security Issues and Approaches  Security Defn./Enforcement Consistent with OO Precepts and Principles  Support for Wide-Variety of User-Roles  User Roles - Extensibility/Evolution Critical  Target Emerging Systems:  Focused on OO Systems Supporting C++/Java  Programming, SW Engineering, Databases, Security  URBS within Joint Object-Oriented Framework  Framework Facilitates Development of Application Code Against Persistent Class Library (and its Underlying DB)  Role-Based Enforcement/


University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Barry Boehm and Jo Ann Lane University of Southern California Center for.

CP exampleExamples of risks from experiences, workshops The risk-driven ICM can help address the risks –Primarily through its underlying principles July 2008©USC-CSSE58 University of Southern /Objectives LRIPLow-Rate Initial Production MBASEModel-Based Architecting and Software Engineering NDINon-Developmental Item NRCNational Research Council OCOperational Capability OCROperations Commitment Review OO&DObserve, Orient and Decide OODAObserve, Orient, Decide, Act O&MOperations and Maintenance University of/


James Tam Object-Oriented Programming Relationships between classes: Inheritance Access modifiers: Public, private, protected Interfaces: Types Vs. Classes.

of that class. Public “+” Can access attribute/method anywhere in the program James Tam Levels Of Access Permissions Access level Accessible to Same classSubclass Not a subclass PublicYes ProtectedYes No PrivateYesNo James Tam Levels Of Access Permission: An Example/of definition for class Monster. James Tam Object-Oriented Principles in Java: Part III Class Dragon class Dragon extends Monster { public void displaySpecialAbility () { System.out.print("Breath weapon: "); } James Tam Object-Oriented Principles/


University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Integrating Systems and Software Engineering (IS&SE) with the Incremental.

projects) –Key practices applied to help major programs (example: Future Combat Systems) –Being adopted by major programs (example: Missile Defense Agency) –Transition paths available for partial adoption University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering 15 July 2008©USC-CSSE34 ICM Transition Paths Existing programs may benefit from some ICM principles and practices, but not others Problem programs may find some ICM practices helpful in recovering/


Harvey SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 1 Object-Oriented Programming Languages Principles of Object-Oriented Software.

SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 1 Object-Oriented Programming Languages Principles of Object-Oriented Software Development (Chapter 5) Harvey SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 2 Objective l To illustrate the concepts of object-oriented programming languages in a broader context beyond the familiar Java and C++ interpretations. Harvey SiyPrinciples of Object-Oriented Software Development by Eliens Slide 3 Outline l The object paradigm/


Communication Chapter 2. Communication Due to the absence of shared memory, all communication in distributed systems in based on exchanging messages over.

stub. Client and Server Stubs Principle of RPC between a client and server program. Steps of a Remote Procedure Call 1.Client/object Client obtains a remote reference from the registry, and a stub is created Message-Oriented Communication Background: RPC and RMI are synchronous communications by which a client is blocked until its request has been processed. Something else is needed. Outline of this Section: –Synchronous versus asynchronous communications –Message-Queuing System –Message Brokers –Example/


Objectives Explain the purpose and objectives of object- oriented design Develop design class diagrams Develop interaction diagrams based on the principles.

Internal symbols used to define a design class Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and the Unified Process Figure 8-7 Student class examples for the domain diagram and the design class diagram Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and the Unified Process Some Fundamental Design Principles Encapsulation Each object is a self-contained unit containing both data and program logic Object reuse Standard objects can be used over and over again/


Java, Java, Java, 2E R. Morelli Object-Oriented Problem Solving

R. Morelli Copyright 2002. All rights reserved. Chapter 0: Computers, Objects, and Java Principles of Object Orientation Java, Java, Java, 2E R. Morelli Principles of Object Orientation Divide-and-Conquer Principle Problem solving: Break problems (programs) into small, manageable tasks. Example: Sales agent, shipping clerk. Encapsulation Principle Problem solving: Each object knows how to solve its task and has the information it needs. Example: Sales agent is the sales expert. The shipping clerk is the/


Communication Chapter 2. Communication Due to the absence of shared memory, all communication in distributed systems in based on exchanging messages over.

the client stub. Client and Server Stubs Principle of RPC between a client and server program. Steps of a Remote Procedure Call 1.Client procedure/ files are generated: –A header file –The client stub –The server stub IDL - Example const MAX = 1000; typedef int FileIdentifier; typedef int FilePointer; typedef int Length; struct Data/Virtual Machine Client Java Virtual Machine Stub Remote Object Skeleton Java Virtual Machine “Bob” Server Message-Oriented Communication Background: RPC and RMI are synchronous/


1 3D Game Programming 王銓彰 2005.

S Bug Principles Principles Bug /Object(vID); vp.Render(cID, TRUE, TRUE); // perform double-buffering gw.Object(gID); gw.SwapBuffers(); } The Timer Callback 73 Introduction to TheFly3D A real-time 3D graphics programming library A real-time 3D graphics programming/examples : Typical game play examples : Path finding for playable character Path finding for playable character Hitting the enemy Hitting the enemy Selecting a group of units Selecting a group of units Orientating the camera in FPS games Orientating/


Mary Kay Solon, PT, MS Faculty Development Workshop University of Indianapolis May 18, 2013.

curriculum plan is grounded in the mission, philosophy, goals, objectives, and expected student outcomes of the program.  Provide examples of how the curriculum plan is grounded in the mission, philosophy, goals, objectives, and expected student outcomes of the program.  Describe how the curriculum plan is based on sound educational theory and principles and the nature of contemporary physical therapy practice.  Provide examples of how the curriculum plan is based on sound educational/


1 INTRODUCTION TO OOP Objective: Know the difference between functional programming and OOP Know basic terminology in OOP Know the importance of OOP Know.

methodology on software design maintenance extensibility reusability 22 23 Design Principles of OOP Four main design principles of Object-Oriented Programming(OOP): Encapsulation Abstraction Polymorphism Inheritance 24 Encapsulation Also known as data hiding Only object’s methods can modify information in the object. Analogy: ATM machine can only update accounts of one person or object only. 25 Abstraction Focus only on the important facts about the problem at hand to design/


Programming & OOP Hossam Elshahawi SP at Microsoft Presidant at MS Tech Club DA.

Design Benefits mush suitable for large projects Object Oriented Programming OOP Concept Object Oriented Programming is a methodology to write the program where we specify the code in form of Classes and Objects Object Oriented Programming Everything is an Object ! Object Oriented Programming Object Attributes Actions Methods behavior Actions Methods behavior Age Age = 20 Name Color Walk Talk Jump Human Object Oriented Programming Other Example : Color Model Engine Power Color Model Engine Power Turn/


CSCI-383 Object-Oriented Programming & Design Lecture 15.

parent, then we say the child class is using inheritance for construction An example might be subclassing the idea of a Set from an existing List class  Generally not a good idea, since it can break the principle of substituability, but nevertheless sometimes found in practice Adapted From: An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming, 3 rd Edition, by Timothy Budd Inheritance for Generalization or Extension  If a/


Joey Paquet, 2010-2014 1 Comparative Study of Programming Languages COMP6411 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES Part 2: Programming Paradigms.

principle can be changed as the program executes prototyping operations. examples: ActionScript, JavaScript, JScript, Self, Object Lisp Joey Paquet, 2010-2014 38 Comparative Study of Programming Languages OOP: Variations object-based objects + classes - inheritance classes are declared and objects are instantiated no inheritance is defined between classes No polymorphism is possible example: VisualBasic Joey Paquet, 2010-2014 39 Comparative Study of Programming Languages OOP: Variations object-oriented/


2 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process CHAPTER 11 DESIGNING THE USER INTERFACE LAYER Objectives  Understand the difference between.

many undergraduate and graduate degree programs are also available to train HCI specialist. 11 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Fields Contributing to the Study of HCI 12 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the /provide visual structure for related groups of information  Leave a reasonable amount of white space on each page between groups of information 53 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process WEB SITE DESIGN PRINCIPLES 3. DESIGNING FOR THE USERS /


1 GMPLS networks Malathi Veeraraghavan University of Virginia Tutorial at IEEE Globecom 2006.

Scheduling (example: weighted fair queueing) Traffic shaping/policing (example: leaky-bucket algorithm) 88 Outline Principles –Different types of connection-oriented networks  Technologies –Single network –Internetworking Usage –Commercial networks –Research & Education Networks (REN) 89 Technologies Connection-oriented (/ routing table and ARP table when circuit is set up as part of signaling code comparable to switch fabric programming in the switch ARP table is also automatically updated to avoid extra /


314450: PROGRAMMING PARADIGMS Teaching scheme: Examination Scheme: Lectures: 3 Hours/Week Theory: 100 Marks OBJECTIVE: To understand the basic building.

, Storage management, Exceptions and exception handling. Desirable and undesirable characteristics of procedural programming. Case study of Pascal. 314450: PROGRAMMING PARADIGMS UNIT - III Object Oriented Programming: General characteristics for object based programming, Design Principles for object oriented programming, Implementing object oriented programming, desirable characteristics of object oriented programming. Object Oriented Programming in Java : Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism, I/O, access/


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