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COMP 442 - Object-Oriented Software Engineering

(3 credits)
Prerequisite: COMP 330, completed with a grade of “C-” or higher
This is a project course in the development of a large-scale software system using OO methodologies. The primary process involves discovering classes and objects that model both the application domain and the solution space, identifying the semantics of these classes and objects and establishing relationships among them, and implementing the classes and objects using appropriate data structures and algorithms. This primary process is controlled by a well-defined development framework with the following steps: 1) establishing core requirements, 2) providing a model of the system’s behavior, 3) creating an architecture for the implementation, 4) evolving the implementation through successive iterations, and 5) maintaining the system. May be taken for graduate-level credit. (CWRM)