Object Modeling


Object-oriented (O-O) analysis describes an information system by identifying things called objects. An object represents a real person, a place, an event, or a transaction. For example, when a patient makes an appointment to see a doctor, the patient is an object, the doctor is an object, and the appointment itself is an object.

Object-oriented analysis is a popular approach that sees a system from the viewpoint of the objects themselves as they function and interact. The end product of O-O analysis is an object model, which represents the information system in terms of objects and O-O concepts. Object-oriented analysis provides us with another way to view and model system requirements.


At the end of this week, you will be able to:

Learning Activities

  1. Read Module 6: Object Modeling.
  2. Participate in Module 6 SCR Case Simulation: Object Modeling.


  1. Take the Unit 6 Test.
  2. Complete System Requirements Document - Project #1.