Object Designing

  • Object Design
  • Introduction to Object Design
  • Agile Modeling and Lightweight UML Drawing
  • UML CASE Tools
  • Designing Objects: Static and Dynamic Modeling
  • Dynamic...
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    Topic Summary

    • Object Design
    • Introduction to Object Design
    • Agile Modeling and Lightweight UML Drawing
    • UML CASE Tools
    • Designing Objects: Static and Dynamic Modeling
    • Dynamic Object Modeling
    • Static Object Modeling
    • Importance of Object Design Skill over UML Notation Skill
    • CRC Cards (Object Design Techniques)
    • Configuration Management Basics
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Multiple Choice Questions for Object Designing

  • 1 During dynamic modeling, Which of the folloiwng are used?
    1. responsibility-driven design
    2. GRASP principles
    3. Both a & b
    4. None

  • 2 Which type of modeling help in designing the logic, the behavior of the code or the method bodies?
    1. Static
    2. Dynamic
    3. Both a & b
    4. None

  • 3 Which of the following helps in design the definition of packages, class names, attributes, and method signatures (but not method bodies)
    1. Dynamic models
    2. Static Models
    3. Both a & b
    4. None

  • 4 To achieve high cohesion, we should assign a responsibility so that cohesion remains _____
    1. high
    2. low
    3. medium
    4. none

  • 5 Objects with which of the following property are hard to maintain?
    1. Low Cohesive
    2. Low Coupled
    3. High Cohesive
    4. High Coupled

  • 6 First covering dynamic modeling with interaction diagrams helps in identifying the
    1. Dynamic Object Modeling
    2. static object modeling
    3. Dynamic models
    4. Static models

  • 7 Ways of developers design objects are:
    1. Code.
    2. Draw, then code.
    3. Only draw.
    4. Above all

  • 8 In CRC cards,each card represents:
    1. one object
    2. one class
    3. two or more objects
    4. two or more classes

  • 9 Doing responsibilities of an object does NOT include:
    1. creating an object or doing a calculation
    2. initiating action in other objects
    3. knowing about related objects
    4. controlling activities in other objects

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