This page will contain instructions for the lab sessions, copies of the lecture slides, and (later) instructions for the coursework. You may also wish to view the module description in the University module catalogue for a summary of the material covered in this course. You should look at this page regularly in case anything has changed. This page is dynamic, and items may be added or changed from time to time
The module will be taught by Dr Jonathan Y. Clark firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is STRONGLY recommended that you buy the course textbook.
The link below will take you to the amazon.co.uk web site for more information on the book, but you should also be able to buy it from the campus bookshop.
|Systems Analysis and Design with UML Version 2.0: An Object-Oriented Approach [Second Edition], by Alan Dennis, Barbara Haley Wixom and David Tegarden. This is the main course text, essentially defining the course. You will find it of great help to have access to a copy of this book. Each lecture is based on one or more chapters of the book.|
**** Electronic lecture notes are available for download here. Some small changes/updates may be made shortly before the lecture, but these will always be done by the day of the lecture itself. ****
The pdf files are simply Adobe Acrobat versions of the Powerpoint slides, presented as 6 per page
The reading material for each week gives equivalent chapters of the course text.
|PDF, 6 per page||Reading material (Dennis, Wixom & Tegarden)|
|7||lec7.ppt||lec7.pdf||Chapters 9 and 11|
|9||lec9.ppt||lec9.pdf||Chapters 14 and 15|
Note: the lecture material for this course is adapted from the web site associated with the main course text.
The coursework is now available to download below.
The 2007 examination paper and sample answers (as Acrobat pdf files) can be downloaded from the links below.
The 2008 examination paper and sample answers (as Acrobat pdf files) can be downloaded from the links below. Note: in the 2008 paper there were more multiple choice questions than previous years.