OOSAD Chapter 9

Report
Chapter 9, Part II:
System Behavior - Interactions
(Adapted)
Object-Oriented Systems Analysis and
Design
Joey F. George, Dinesh Batra,
Joseph S. Valacich, Jeffrey A. Hoffer
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Outline
- Analysis Class Diagram (Fully Fledged
Class Diagram; read skill)
- Interactions by Sequence Diagram
(read & write skill)
- Interactions by Collaboration Diagram
- (read skill)
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Goal:
Get to a
Fully Fledged
Class Diagram
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Activity Diagram of Analyzing Information Systems
Analyze System’s Processes
(Use Case Diagrams/Descriptions,
Data Flow Diagrams)
Represent System’s Logic
(Activity Diagram,
Decision Tables)
Represent System’s Data
(Conceptual Data ModelPartial Class Diagram;
Object-Relational Notation)
Represent System’s Interactions
(Sequence Diagram,
Collaboration Diagram)
Finalize Class Diagram
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Categorizing (Stereotyping)
Classes (Analysis Classes)
Corresponds to
conceptual data
model classes –
Data
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Connections
between actors and
use cases –
User Interface,
other interfaces
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Performs behaviors
associated with
inner workings of
use cases –
Managing
transactions, logic,
business rules
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Sequence Diagram
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A UML diagram that shows the interaction
between objects to perform critical pieces of
use case behavior in a time-ordered manner
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Interactions are in the form of messages
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Behavioral responsibilities are assigned to
message recipients
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Symbols in a Sequence Diagram
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Object: Box or class stereotype symbol
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Object’s lifetime: Dotted vertical line
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Focus of Control: Thin bars; periods of time when
object is behaving (fulfilling responsibilities).
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Message: Labeled horizontal arrows between
objects. Run one or both ways (message-response).
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Typically, actors interact
with boundary classes,
which in turn interact with
control classes (if exist),
which in turn interact with
entity classes.
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Collaboration Diagram
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A UML diagram that shows the interactions
between objects to perform critical pieces of
the use case behavior
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Unlike sequence diagrams, collaboration
diagrams have no spatial representation of
time; sequences of messages are shown by
numbering.
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Analysis Class Diagram
• Fully fledged Class Diagram with both data and operations
(methods, responsibilities).
Operations (behaviors)
are specified at the bottom
of a class box.
Operations fulfill the classes’
responsibilities.
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