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Object-Oriented Analysis and Design

  • John Dooley

Abstract

Well, yes, we’ve all learned about the object-oriented programming paradigm before. But it never hurts to go over some basic definitions so that we’re all on the same page for our discussion about objectoriented analysis and design.

Keywords

Class Diagram Objectoriented Analysis Feature List User Story Development Life Cycle 
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