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Define prototype in ooad?

prototyping is an approach to e development to a system where software simulates the aspects of an actual processing system, in simple words prototyping can be called as a shorter version of working system, thanks Bharat Kumar Mishra bharat9234@yahoo.com Full Answer

What is a canonical view for object oriented analysis and design?

canonical view Common parlance loosely defines canonical views as the "front", "side", and "top" views of an object. http://www.bmva.ac.uk/bmvc/2005/papers/264/paper.pdf The term "canonical views" was first used by Palmer, Rosch, and Chase (1981). For more information on their experiements see: http://www.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/publications/pdfs/pdf1507.pdf… Full Answer

What is the advantages of UML?

Advantages of UML: it provides most of diagram types (14 diagrams in UML 2.2) needed for object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD) it is standardized (by OMG Group), not proprietary, supported by software industry is explained and described in every aspect… Full Answer

What is association in ooad?

In Object-oriented design, association is a relation between two objects, for example, Car & Wheel have an association (that is, car contains wheels), Toolbar & Button have an association (that is, toolbar is composed of buttons), a Student is associated… Full Answer

What is UML and what is the advantage of UML?

The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a visual language (graphical notation) for specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of (software) systems. It is a general-purpose modeling language that can be used with all major object and component software design methods… Full Answer