What is Object-Oriented Analysis & Design?


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What does OOP stand for?

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1. _____ are concrete things that are found in the real world, such as a student, a customer or a product. Select the best answer.

2. _____ describe objects into groupings that have some common functions or behaviours.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

If you would like to see what you know about object-oriented analysis and why it is carried out, use the quiz and worksheet. What OOP stands for and different technical terms are topics on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be tested over:

  • Phase that focuses on collecting relevant information from future users of the system
  • Term that describes objects into groupings that have common functions
  • Other objects
  • What OOP stands for
  • Concrete things that are found in the real world

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of OOP and its importance
  • Information recall - retrieve the knowledge you gained about the concrete things that are found in the real world
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about objects

Additional Learning

Work through the lesson titled What is Object-Oriented Analysis & Design? to analyze the following supplementary topics:

  • What OOAD stands for
  • Examples of an object
  • Steps in the OOAD process