Adaptive Object-Oriented Software Development: The Demeter Method

An internet course offered in the fall. Apply to the College of Computer Science at NU or audit the course through NNU.

A new feature this fall will be the use of UML collaborations and DJ: DJ: A simple tool for Java programmers. Read the DJ Fact Sheet first.

First assignment: answer a questionnaire, and send me your answers by noon on Monday of second week of classes.

UML information you find on the web: Rational, OMG, UML Revision Task Force. Look for UML 1.3, the latest version now. UML 2.0 is in preparation.

Using Java compilers at CCS.

Course description .

Course Directories .
Course description (Postscript).
Syllabus.
Syllabus (Postscript).
Homeworks.
Links to individual project pages.
Proposed Projects (new in 1998).
Recent publications (they are sources for projects). Check the last few entries.
Proposed Projects from earlier years.

Selected completed projects.
Lecture Notes (several hundred slides in PowerPoint and Adobe PDF).
Demeter/Java and AP-Studio Resources.
Course progress.
Course Directory.
Sample solutions hw 1 .
Sample solutions hw 2 .
Sample solutions hw 3 .
Old exams (Practice exams) .
FALL 97 SELECTED COURSE PROJECTS.
FALL 97 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROJECT (Luis Blando).
FALL 96 SELECTED COURSE PROJECTS.

For domain local Web clients, you can browse the newsgroup: ccs.courses.com3360 to catch up on the course discussion.


Instructor's Home page.