CS 691J - Spring '96
Topics in Object-Oriented Technology
When: Friday 9:00-11.30AM
Where: ACIV 006
Instructors: Enrico Gobbetti and Charles Nicholas
The course will provide an in-depth treatment of object-oriented
software development, including analysis, design, and programming. The
focus will be on the construction of correct, reusable, and efficient
software through a systematic application of design by contract.
One important design method will be presented in detail,
different programming paradigms will be contrasted, and several
object-oriented languages (including C++, Eiffel, and Java) will be analyzed.
Individual programming projects and a group design project are planned.
Students will also be expected to make in-class
presentations on selected topics.
The primary text is "Object-oriented Software Construction", by
Bertrand Meyer. This book is now available in the UMBC bookstore.
CS 341 and graduate standing, or consent of instructor.
Knowledge of an object-oriented lamguage would be helpful, but not necessary.
Group design projects
Programming environment documentation
Web resources on object-oriented technology
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