Sub Title: Object Oriented Software
Design and Programming (with Java and UML)
Semester 2, 2003
Last updated: 12 Dec.
- 12/12: Final Results.
- 19/11: Project B complete results and the
subject’s practical component results
- 17/11: Help desk will also
be open on Tuesday 18/11/03 between 2:00-3:00pm (if you have any enquiry
regarding the help desk opening hours during the exam period please
- 16/11: Week 12 tutorial 11 sample answers
- 14/11: Raj
Buyya is on travel to USA until Nov 22, kindly
direct all questions related to the Project B results/re-marking etc. to
Saeed Araban, our subject Head Tutor. All the best with 254 exams!
- 14/11: Project B provisional results.
- 05/11: As mentioned during
the review lectures, the final exam will be based on the entire course
content (including topics emphasized in tutorials/labs). Please study and
understand both fundamentals and programming aspects of all topics
including Sockets and Java Threads.
- 04/11: 254 consultation
day - Nov. 10 (Monday): 11am - 12noon (1 hour) (Venue: Raj
- 31/10: 254 consultation
day - Nov. 7 (Friday): 11am - 1pm (2 hours) (Venue: Raj
- 31/10: Extra Demonstration Day on Monday 3/11/03
- 30/10: The final written
exam duration is: 2 hours and 30 minutes.
- 28/10: posted on newsgroup: Info on how to
handle demo problem if it due to submission problem
- 27/10: Due to breakdown of
submission server on weekend, Project B submission has been extended up to
1pm today. Please submit as B.late & there
is no penality.
- 24/10:You can submit
Project B (electronic submission) by Sunday (Oct 26) and the paper
documents by Monday morning (Oct 27, 10.30am). NO late submission penality applies if you confirm to this.
- 24/10: If you happen to
store data files in (one or more) subdirectory and/or some programs in subdirectory
due to the use of package feature, please tar (using tar command on unix) all files (program files and data files
including sub directores) into a file and submit
the tar or zip file. [some info on how to create
a tar file]
- 21/10: IF you have already
submitted your project, no need to worry. You will be given extra time to
add some cutomers records during the
- 23/10: Project B Interviews and a Note on Submissions.
- 21/10: No extension will
be granted (unless medical certificate (MC) issued by doctor is produced.
Please submit your MC to Saeed Arabad (Head
Tutor) and he will give you extension)). All other Late submissions of Project
B will be penalized at 1 mark per day late.
- 21/10: Please direct
Project B submission related questions to our Head tutor!
Subject Content Details
- 1. E. Balagurusamy, Programming
with Java, ISBN 0-07-463542-5, 2nd edition, Tata
McGraw Hill, New Delhi, India. (It covers 70 to 80% of course content,
students are recommended to buy it form the Uni. book shop!)
- 2. Robert Martin, UML
for Java Programmers, ISBN 0-13-142848-9, Prentice Hall, NJ, USA.
- 3. Mark Priestley, Practical Object Oriented
Design with UML, ISBN 0-07-709599-5, McGraw Hill, UK.
- 4. Stephen Schach, Classical and
Object-Oriented Software Engineering, McGraw-Hill, New York, USA.
(Chapter 1 and 3 only).
Grid Computing and Distributed Systems (GRIDS)
Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering,
The University of Melbourne, Australia.