Engineering Building Techniques
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This paper discusses how the designing and building of projects or software requires software engineers to analyze data input or data flow systematically, processing or transforming data, data storage, and information output, within the context of a particular business. It outlines various models, methods, and approaches that are currently being used by the software development industry and illustrates object-oriented techniques behind the building of software in association with Unified Modeling Language (UML). Emphasis is also made on the accessing of information through various scripting languages. It also explains the concept of the database and the information manipulation in a database.
From the Paper:"A very different approach to system development is object oriented system design. Object oriented techniques, which are based on object oriented programming concepts can help analysts respond to the organizational demands for new systems that must undergo continuous maintenance, adaptation and redesign. In object programming, objects are created that include not only code about data, but also interactions about operations to be performed on it. Operational prototypes are usually utilized during the design phase, often done via Rapid Application Development. Object Oriented Design makes use of objects, classes, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism."
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