Purpose Scope Analysis (L3)
Problem Domain Classes
Identify Classes Objects (L5)
Class Diagram Notation
Diagram Associations (L7)
Basic Object Modeling
Multiplicity OO Modeling
Modeling Aggregation (L11)
Modeling Generalization (L13)
Advanced Associations (L14)
Qualifiers Reduce Multiplicity
Many to ManyAssociations
Problem Analysis Conclusion
Modeling Sequences Scenarios
Sequence Diagram - Conclusion
Interaction Diagram - Quiz
Applying Sequence Diagram-Quiz
Reconcile Sequence Diagrams
Class Diagram Not Enough
Discovering Attributes - Exercise
Course project: extend a sequence diagram
Extend a sequence diagram to add data sources.
This exercise is worth 10 points.
This is the eighth exercise in the course project.
Click the link below to download the file you will need to complete this exercise.
Module 3 Lesson 7 - Download
View the Image below to review the initial sequence diagram for this exercise.
Initial Sequence Diagram for Exercise consisting of 1) Customer, 2) Purchase, 3) ShowSeat, 4) Ticket, and 5) PriceTier.
Find a new parameter and its source.
Problem: The ticket has to print the location of the seat.
Goal: Find out which object owns the seat location and get it. Update the sequence diagram accordingly.
Find a new return value and its source.
Problem: The purchase requires a discount value.
Goal: Find out which object owns the discount value and get it.
(To simplify the solution, assume that the total number of tickets and their value have been computed by the Purchase object and are ready to be used as parameter values when the discount is needed.)
Update the sequence diagram accordingly.
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