Ambiguous viewpoint

Ambiguous viewpoint

Object Oriented Analysis and Design models are often presented without clarifying the viewpoint represented by the model. By default, these models denote an implementation viewpoint that visualises the structure of a computer program. Mixed viewpoints do not support the fundamental separation of interfaces from implementation details, which is one of the primary benefits of the object-oriented paradigm.

ee also

*Class-Responsibility-Collaboration card
*Unified Modeling Language
*Object-oriented analysis
*Object-oriented design


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