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Object-Oriented Programming (Java), Unit 15. Kirk Scott. Simple UML with Visio. 15.1 Static Structure Diagrams for Classes and Objects 15.2 Association, Aggregation, and Composition 15.3 Inheritance, Interfaces, and Inner Classes 15.4 Sequence Diagrams.

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simple uml with visio
Simple UML with Visio
  • 15.1 Static Structure Diagrams for Classes and Objects
  • 15.2 Association, Aggregation, and Composition
  • 15.3 Inheritance, Interfaces, and Inner Classes
  • 15.4 Sequence Diagrams
15 1 1 classes
15.1.1 Classes
  • Name, attributes, and operations
15 1 2 objects
15.1.2 Objects
  • Name, name of class, attribute values
15 2 1 binary associations
15.2.1 Binary Associations
  • Any kind of relationship
  • Implemented in any way
  • Cardinality, navigability, labeling
15 2 2 aggregations
15.2.2 Aggregations
  • “has-a” relationship = whole to parts relationship
  • May be expressed using a verb more specific than “has”
  • Cardinality
  • May be labeled on both ends
15 2 3 compositions
15.2.3 Compositions
  • Like an aggregation, except that the whole cannot exist without the part(s)
15 3 1 inheritance
15.3.1 Inheritance
  • Subclasses refer to their superclasses
15 3 2 interfaces
15.3.2 Interfaces
  • “realizes” in European quotation marks may be added as a label.
guillemets from wikipedia the free encyclopedia redirected from guillemet
GuillemetsFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  (Redirected from Guillemet)
  • Guillemets (pronounced /ˈɡɪləmɛt/, or /ɡiːəˈmeɪ/ after French [ɡij(ə)mɛ]), also called angle quotes, are line segments, pointed as if arrows (« or »), sometimes forming a complementary set of punctuation marks used as a form of quotation mark. The symbol at either end – double « and » or single ‹ and › – is a guillemet. They are used in a number of languages to indicate speech. They are also used as symbols for rewind and fast forward.
  • Etymology
  • The word is a diminutive of the French name Guillaume (whose equivalent in English is William), after the French printer and punchcutter Guillaume le Bé (1525–1598).[1][2] Some languages derive their word for guillemets analogously; for example, the Irish term is Liamóg, from Liam 'William' and a diminutive suffix.
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GuillemotFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchFor other uses, see Guillemot (disambiguation).
  • Guillemot is the common name for several species of seabird in the order Charadriiformes, and the auk family, comprising two genera: Uria and Cepphus. This word of French origin apparently derives from a form of the name William, cf. the Welsh: Gwillim or the French: Guillaume.[1]
  • The Uria are known as murres in North America and, together with the Razorbill, Dovekie and the extinctGreat Auk, make up the tribe Alcini. They have distinctly white bellies, thicker, longer bills than Cepphus and form very dense colonies on cliffs during the reproductive season.
  • The three species of Cepphus - for which the term "guillemot" is generally reserved in North America - form a tribe of their own: Cepphini. They are smaller than the Uria species, have black bellies, rounder heads and bright red feet.
merriam webster s online dictionary
Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary
  • Main Entry: guil·le·mot
  • Pronunciation: \ˈgi-lə-ˌmät\
  • Function: noun
  • Etymology: French, from Middle French, diminutive of Guillaume William
  • Date: circa 1672
  • 1British: a common murre (Uriaaalge)2: any of a genus (Cepphus) of narrow-billed auks of northern seas
15 3 3 inner classes
15.3.3 Inner Classes
  • This is the official notation.
15 4 1 sequence diagrams
15.4.1 Sequence Diagrams
  • Objects, lifelines, activation rectangles
  • Message passing = calling methods and returning
  • Although not shown in these examples, messages may be labeled to specify parameters and return values
15 4 2 a larger sequence diagram example let this code be given
15.4.2 A Larger Sequence Diagram ExampleLet this code be given:
  • public abstract class Food
  • {
  • private String brand;
  • private String productName;
  • private String units;
  • public void setBrand(String brandIn)
  • {
  • brand = brandIn;
  • }
  • public String getBrand()
  • {
  • return brand;
  • }
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public void setBrandToThisBrand(Food anotherFood)
  • {
  • String tempBrand = anotherFood.getBrand();
  • setBrand(tempBrand);
  • }
  • public abstract double getUnitCost();
  • }
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public class PackagedFood extends Food
  • {
  • private double size;
  • private double itemCost;
  • public void setSize(double sizeIn)
  • {
  • size = sizeIn;
  • }
  • public double getSize()
  • {
  • return size;
  • }
  • public double getUnitCost()
  • {
  • return itemCost / size;
  • }
  • }
suppose the following is done in a calling program
Suppose the following is done in a calling program:
  • PackagedFood myfood = new PackagedFood(…);
  • PackagedFood yourfood = new PackagedFood(…);
suppose this call is then made
Suppose this call is then made:
  • myfood.setBrandToThisBrand(yourfood);
  • The corresponding sequence diagram is shown on the next overhead.