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COURSE SYLLABUS

ADVPROG / Advanced Programming in Java


Prerequisite
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Prerequisite to
Type of Course
Faculty
Consultation Hours :
Term/Time/Room

DASTRAP
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Basic Course
:
Ryan Dimaunahan (dimaunahan.ryan@gmail.com)
STC: Wednesdays (by appointment)
MANILA: Tuesdays and Thursdays (by appointment)
Term 1 AY 2015 2016

Course Description :
This is an advanced programming course emphasizing on the use of object-oriented design and
implementation of systems. This course focuses on teaching object-oriented and basic design
patterns that aims to make code simpler, scalable, maintainable and reusable.
Objectives/Values :
To introduce students to object-oriented design.

At the end of the term, the student should be able to:


Knowledge:
design applications using object-oriented approach
identify appropriate OO-design for a problem
implement the OO-design in Java
promote appropriate, reusable, maintainable designs in software systems
Values:
promote and exercise intellectual honesty
develop camaraderie and work well within a group
manifest diligence in work and in studies to achieve goals
Skill:
have critical thinking in analyzing problems and creating or providing solutions
have a systematic methodology in designing systems
perform well, deliver goals and manage activities in relation to time.

Topics :
Course Topics
Orientation

Java Programming Review


main() Method
Variables and Constants, Assignment Statements,
Input/Output, basic data types, String
Conditional Statements, Iterative Statements
Understanding and Using API
Methods Creation and Calling
Programming Constructs (conditional, iterative)
Diagnostic Exam
September 11, 2015 (Fri, 1000-1200)

Week

Activity

1
1-3

Exercises: Review on
Logic Formulation and
Code Modularization
through Methods.
Exercises: Implementing
a Java program based on
Flowcharts and/or
Pseudocode.

4-7

Object-Based Design and Programming


Classes and Instances
Composition and Aggregation
Array List

Exercises: Implementing
a Java program based on
a Class Diagram.

Machine Project 1
October 7/8, 2015 (within the first 10 minutes of
class)
Midterm Assessment
October 9, 2015 (Fri, 1000-1200)

7
7
8-12

Object-Oriented Design and Programming


Class Relationships (inheritance, association,
dependency)
Inheritance and Polymorphism
Abstract Class

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Design Patterns
Introduction
Examples:
Factory Pattern
Adapter Pattern
Builder Pattern

Exercises: Identifying the


necessary classes, their
attributes and methods,
and the relationships
between classes to solve
a problem. (Class
Diagram)

Exercises: Design classes


and their relationships,
with the goal of reuse.
Exercises: Implementing
a Java program based on
a Class Diagram.

13

Exercises: Exposure to
Design Patterns and its
applications.
Exercises: Modification of
existing programs to
conform to Design
Patterns.

Machine Project Presentation and Demo


November 18/19, 2015 (within the first 10
minutes of class)
November 20, 2015 (TBD)
Final Assessment

13

13

Teaching Methods/Strategies: lecture, hands-on activities, recitation, individual and group


work
Requirements :

reading assignment, exercises, programming project, oral and written exams

Assessment / Evaluation :

Diagnostic Exam
Class Exercises and Activities
Machine Project 1
Machine Project 2
Midterm Assessment
Final Assessment

10%
15%
15%
20%
20%
20%

Total

100%

Passing Grade: 60%

Text References:
Deitel, H., & Deitel, P. (2012). Java: How to Program, 9th Edition. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey,
USA: Prentice Hall.
Farell, J. (2011). An object-oriented approach to programming logic and design, third edition.
Boston, Massachusets, USA: Course Technology. Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc.
Simon Bennet, R. F., Steve McRobb. (2010). Object-Oriented Systems Analysis And Design using
UML, fourth edition. Berkshire, UK: McGraw-Hill Education.
Shalloway, A., Trott J. (2002). Design Patterns Explained: A New Perspective on Object-Oriented
Design. Addison-Wesley.
Chapter 1. Software Development and Object-Oriented Programming Paradigms.
http://www.buyya.com/java/Chapter1.pdf
Web References:
Oracles Java Tutorial - http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/
Official Java API Documentation: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/
Web links for tools to be used:

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Java
Development
Kit
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
Dia Diagram Editor - https://live.gnome.org/Dia
Text Editor/IDE
Eclipse http://www.eclipse.org
Netbeans http://netbeans.org/
Notepad++ - http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm

(JDK)

Class Policies:
When using the intellectual property of others (Such as the use of images, source code, tools,
and other software), please be reminded to properly cite your sources.
Policies specific to the teachers classes shall be specified by the respective teacher.

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