Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML: Analyzing the System
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To show how to specify object interaction in the UML and to identify associations and inheritance between classes
Knowledge of object-oriented programming concepts, such as encapsulation and inheritance, and of software engineering principles
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML: Analyzing the System differentiate between sequence and collaboration diagrams and list the ways in which interaction diagrams can be used to define classes’ responsibilities. use the correct conventions in a UML sequence diagram and show how focus of control is handled by the three different message types available in UML. correctly label objects and messages in a UML sequence diagram. use the correct conventions for classes, objects, messages, multiobjects, and conditions in a UML collaboration diagram. complete a collaboration diagram in UML. create associations in UML class diagrams, correctly name an association, and identify relationships between classes in sequence and collaboration diagrams. distinguish between aggregations and associations and determine which to use when modeling a relationship. select appropriate multiplicity for a given relationship and use the correct UML notation for different multiplicity indicators. select appropriate relationships between classes, select a role name for a class, name an association, and estimate multiplicity for relationships between classes in a UML class diagram. identify situations where the use of reflexive associations, qualified associations, constraints, or association classes is appropriate. show how structure, behavior, and relationships can be inherited; link the concepts abstract and concrete classes, and polymorphism to inheritance; and list some guidelines for good inheritance. list the steps involved in the generalization and specialization methods of finding inheritance. give examples of and list the best practices for multiple inheritance. choose between using inheritance and aggregation to model a particular scenario, and choose an appropriate method of modeling for metamorphosis in UML. identify appropriate inheritance and aggregation relationships between classes in a UML class diagram.