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"A Pattern-based Approach for Introducing Object-Oriented Analysis and Design in Undergraduate Courses"

 

 
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A Pattern-based Approach for Introducing Object-Oriented Analysis and Design in Undergraduate Courses

Haitham Hamza, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Traditionally, undergraduate students are exposed to the concepts of Object-Oriented (OO) paradigm through OO programming (OOP) courses with little emphasize on developing analysis and design skills. In this research, we develop a method and its tool support for teaching OOP in undergraduate courses while introducing students to the basic concepts of OO analysis and design.

 
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