Name: Institution: Course: Date Object Oriented Technology Object Oriented Technology is the technology that adheres to the Object Oriented paradigm (Bertino Negri Pelagatti & Sbattella 1994). The object oriented paradigm is centered on objects that have data and procedures that all function to include the benefits of modularity and reusability. This technology mainly focuses on objects instead of actions and data instead of logic. The object oriented paradigms are: Object: This is a real entity which is also described as an instance of a class. Class: This is a collection of objects with the same properties and displays the same behavior. Polymorphism: this is the “ability to be able to refer to different derivations of a class in the same way but getting the behavior appropriate to the derived class being referred to” (Kenneth 2012). This means operations are able to exist in many forms. Encapsulation: this is the influence on bettering software quality on a metrical scale. Work Cited Alan C. Kay. The Early History of Smalltalk.1993 Balint Sera. Object oriented design is cheaper it’s scientifically proven. 2016 Bertrand Meyer. Eiffel∗: A language and environment for software engineering.1988 Chaitanya Singh. OOPs in Java- Encapsulation Inheritance Polymorphism Abstraction. 2013 E. Bertino M. Negri G. Pelagatti L. Sbattella. Applications of object-oriented technology to the integration of heterogeneous database systems.1994 Fernando Brito e Abreu Walt Melo. Evaluating the impact of object-oriented design on software quality. 1996 Holmevik Jan Rune. Compiling Simula: A historical study of technological genesis.1994 Jonathan Aldrich. Principles of Software System Construction. 2014 Kenneth M. Anderson. The Object-Oriented Paradigm. 2012 Kenny Eliason. Difference Between Object-Oriented Programming and Procedural Programming Languages. 2013 Syed Hassan Amin. Improving Software Quality Using Object Oriented Design Principles. 2015 Theodore A. Linden. The use of abstract data types to simplify program modifications. 1976 . [...]
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