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The Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML training explores the software development processes.

object-oriented technologies and the Unified Modeling Language (UML).

Learn one practical, complete, object-oriented analysis and design roadmap from requirements gathering to system deployment.


Course Id: COOAD/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 2000.

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Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.

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Certification in object Oriented Analysis & Design
Object Orientation
Benefits Of Object Orientation
Software development
Traditional Approach
 Object Orientation

System development – Review of objects – inheritance – Object relationship – Dynamic binding – OOSD life cycle – Process – Analysis – Design – prototyping – Implementation – Testing- Overview of Methodologies Rambaugh methodology, OMT – Booch methodology, Jacobson methodology – patterns – Unified approach – UML – Class diagram – Dynamic modelling Introduction – UML – Meta model – Analysis and design – more information.


Eriksson, “UML Tool Kit”, Addison Wesley Object oriented, Analysis and Design To learn the basis of OO Analysis and design, To have clear idea about traditional and modern SW development, Methodologies and OOPS concepts To identify objects, relationships, services and attributes, To introduce the concept of Object-oriented system, development lifecycle, Discuss the overview of Object, oriented methodologies, Explain and implement the SW development.


Object oriented analysis and design”, Addison- Wesley Publishing Company 3 rd edition, Design and refine classes, Design and refine attributes, Design and refine methods, Design and refine Structures, Design and refine Associations, Definition and understanding of the design process. A brief history of design, evolution of industrial design as a profession; Exploring Creativity; Lateral thinking; visual explorations, Principles of visual perception (Gestalt).

Benefits Of Object Orientation

Faster development, Reusability, Reduced complexity, Increased quality, Generalization (parent-child relationship), Association (student enrolls in course), Aggregation(whole/part of relationship), Differentiate object oriented and object based technology, How does object-oriented development eliminate duplication, Differentiate correspondence and correctness measures, Why is reusability important? How does object oriented software development promote reusability? Learn the object oriented concepts.

Software development

Information systems solution, Systems development activities consist of systems analysis, modelling , design, implementation, testing and maintenance, software development, methodology is a series of processes describe, how the work is to be carried out to achieve the original goal based on the system requirements, Two Approaches, Traditional Approach, Objected-Oriented Approach, Here Algorithms, Data structures, Programs.

 Traditional Approach

Focuses on function and procedures, different styles and methodologies for each step of process, Moving from one phase to another phase is complex, Increases, complexity, Increases duration of the project, Focuses on object ,classes, modules that can be easily replaced, modifies and reused, Moving from one phase to another phase is easier, Reduce complexity and redundancy, Decreases duration of the project, Changing requirements, Easier to maintain, More robust, Promote greater design, Code reuse, What is the final conclusion.