Objects focus on problem domain, then Object Oriented Analysis - Objects Design

Q.  If the objects focus on the problem domain, then we are concerned with ______.
- Published on 24 Jul 15

a. Object Oriented Analysis
b. Object Oriented Design
c. Object Oriented Analysis and Design
d. None of the above

ANSWER: Object Oriented Analysis


  • Nirja Shah   -Posted on 15 Oct 15
    - In the system analysis or object-oriented analysis phase of software development, the system requirements are determined, the classes are identified and the relationships among classes are identified.

    - The three analysis techniques that are used in conjunction with each other for object-oriented analysis are as follows:
    Object Modelling

    - This modelling develops the static structure of the software system in terms of objects.

    - It identifies the objects, the classes into which the objects can be grouped into and the relationships between the objects.

    - It also identifies the main attributes and operations that characterize each class.

    Dynamic Modelling

    - The purpose of this modelling is that after the static behaviour of the system is analyzed, its behaviour with respect to time and external changes needs to be examined.

    - It is defined as “a way of describing how an individual object responds to events, either internal events triggered by other objects, or external events triggered by the outside world”.

    Functional Modelling

    - This is the final component of object-oriented analysis.

    - This model shows the processes that are performed within an object and how the data changes as it moves between methods.

    - It specifies the meaning of the operations of object modelling and the actions of dynamic modelling.

    - It corresponds to the data flow diagram of traditional structured analysis.

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