Object Oriented Analysis and Design at Linnaeus University

This course covers object orientation focusing on object oriented analysis/domain modeling and object oriented design using practical examples in object oriented programming.

The course topics highlights the parts of the software development process that increase understanding of a problem domain and communication of more or less detailed UML (Unified Modeling Language) blue prints of a system. After the course is finished you will know how to produce a domain model to increase and communicate the information need of a problem domain, how to model whole or parts of a software system from different points of view. You will know how an object oriented design model can be translated in to an object oriented implementation (code) and vice verse (reverse engineering). You will have basic understanding of design patterns and refactoring as a method to achieve a good design.

The prerequisites of the course are that you must have passed at least 30hp in any of the subjects: computer science, informatics, computer engineering or similar. You must also have knowledge in object oriented programming equaling 7.5hp.

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Yahtzee Submissions Open

You should now be able to submit your Yahtzee assignments in myMoodle.

Final Chance to Pass the Workshops

There will be a final chance to pass the workshop-section of the course. This is done by submitting in a version of Yahtzee corresponding to the workshop(s) you have missed via mymoodle.

The deadline for this is 1 of April 2019 10:00

Online Exam

I have scheduled a fourth attempt to pass the online exam to 2019-01-18 the test will be open from 09:00 to 21:00

Workshop Higher Grades

The higher grades have now been examined, you find your grade and feedback in mymoodle. As the grading in mymoodle is primitive i.e. the maximum information that can be inserted is an integer number in the range 0-100, this poses a problem as there are possibly 3 workshops with 3 grades (0, 3, 4) to grade.
To solve this your grade is shown using a decimal number that should be converted to a base 3 number system. This works just like decimal to binary decoding but instead use base 3 (binary use base 2). Doing the conversion you will get a number like (i.e. 5 is 012), the first digit represents workshop 3, second workshop 2 and the third workshop 1. The actual grade is then

0: not submitted or failed
1: passed grade 3
2: passed grade 4

Good luck…

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