MOVING ON TO DESIGN
Object-oriented system development uses the requirements that were gathered during analysis to create a blueprint for the future system. A successful object-oriented design builds upon what was learned in earlier phases and leads to a smooth implementation by creating a clear, accurate plan of what needs to be done. This chapter describes the initial transition from analysis to design and presents three ways to approach the design for the new system.
- Understand the verification and validation of the analysis models
- Understand the transition from analysis to design
- Understand the use of factoring, partitions, and layers
- Be able to create package diagrams
- Be familiar with the custom, packaged, and outsource design alternatives
- Be able to create an alternative matrix.
- Verifying and Validating the Analysis Models
- Evolving the Analysis Models into Design Models
- Packages and Package Diagrams
- Design Strategies
- Developing the Actual Design
- Applying the Concepts at CD Selections
The purpose ...