Study form: Parttime
Course language: Czech
Object-oriented approach to software development prevails in all of its three phases: analysis, design and implementation. The aim of this course is to give the students a firm understanding of basic concepts and notions of object theory and sketch its formal foundations.
Introduction, motivation; objects and pointers, static and non-static methods; polymorphism, Liskov subsitution principle; composition, inheritance; encapsulation, state consistency; design patterns factory method, singleton, abstract factory, nonstatic context, state, strategy, observer, iterator, interpreter, visitor; Featherweight Java; typing, generic classes, covariance and contravariance; polymorphism vs. specialization; multiple inheritance; polymorphism vs. inheritance; representation exposure.
1. B. Eckel: Thinking in Java
2. Er. Gamma et al.: Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software
3. Course webpage: https://cw.fel.cvut.cz/wiki/courses/ad7b36omo/start