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ATM Simulation

Professor Russell C. Bjork from Gordon College has developed an example of a full UML analysis and design, An ATM Simulation. The web pages for this example are very well organized and include a downloadable applet. The biggest accomplishment is creating a full example of an analysis and design cycle.

The course is best described in Professor Bjork's words:

"I originally developed this series of pages for use in a course which was taught to junior CS majors at Gordon College from 1996 to 1999, using C++. The present version is a major revision (done during 2000 and 2001) for use in "Object-Oriented Software Development") which is taught to sophmore CS majors and uses Java. The most signficant change in this version is the use of UML notation throughout, together with a reorganization of the process to more closely follow the UML approach."

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