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METIMinistry of Economy,Trade and Industry
Textbook for Software Design & Development Engineers
OBJECT-ORIENTEDDEVELOPMENT
 
Second EditionREVISED AND UPDATED BYJapan Information Processing Development CorporationJapan Information-Technology Engineers Examination Center 
NO.
4
 
 
 
Microsoft
, MS-DOS
,
 
Microsoft
Windows
and Microsoft
 
Windows NT
are registeredtrademarks of Microsoft Corporation of the United States in the United States and other countries.
The product names appearing in this textbook are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective manufacturers.
Textbook for Software Design & Development Engineers
No. 4
 
OBJECT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT
First edition first printed October 1, 2001Second edition first printed August 1, 2002
Japan Information Processing Development Corporation
 
Japan Information-Technology Engineers Examination Center 
TIME 24 Building 19th Floor, 2-45 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8073 JAPAN©Japan Information Processing Development Corporation/Japan Information-Technology EngineersExamination Center 2001,2002
 
Table of Contents
1.Basic Concepts of Object-Orientation
1.1 Classes, Objects, and Attributes 1-21.1.1 Abstraction 1-21.1.2 Object templates 1-41.1.3 Attributes 1-51.1.4 Methods 1-61.2 Encapsulation and Interfaces 1-91.2.1 From partitioning to integration of data and procedures 1-91.2.2 Method invocation 1-151.3 Association and Multiplicity 1-171.3.1 Reference and association between objects 1-171.3.2 Use relationship 1-191.4 Inheritance and Aggregation 1-231.4.1 Conceptual inclusion relationship between classes (is-a) 1-231.4.2 Structured aggregation relationshipbetween objects (part-of) 1-261.5 Polymorphism and Binding 1-281.5.1 Polymorphism 1-281.5.2 Dynamic binding 1-30Exercises 1-32
2. UML
2.1 Views and Diagrams 2-22.1.1 Views 2-22.1.2 Diagrams 2-42.2 Use Case Modeling 2-72.2.1 Use case diagrams 2-72.2.2 Systems 2-82.2.3 Actors 2-82.3 Static Model Description 2-102.3.1 Class diagrams 2-102.3.2 Relationships 2-112.3.3 Interfaces 2-13

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