Modelling object-oriented software – an introduction
Modelling object-oriented software – an introduction

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Modelling object-oriented software – an introduction

Modelling object-oriented software – an introduction

Introduction

This material introduces the first steps in modelling a software system. Software development is made up of phases, which are often organised into cycles. The first of these phases is requirements specification. In this particular course you will explore how to analyse the requirements document (the output from the requirements specification phase) to arrive at an understanding of how the proposed software system will be structured.

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