Unit II Relationships between classes, Association of objects, Types of Association, Recursive Association, Multiplicities, Navigability, Named association, Aggregation of objects. Types of Aggregation, Delegation, Modeling Association and Aggregation.
Unit III Inheritance and Polymorphism, Types of polymorphism, Static and dynamic polymorphism, Operator and Method overloading, Inherited methods, Redefined methods, the protected interface, Abstract methods and classes, Public and protected properties, Private operations, Disinheritance, Multiple inheritance.
Unit IV Container Classes, Container types, typical functions and iterator methods, Heterogeneous containers, Persistent objects, stream, and files, Object oriented programming languages,
Unit V Study of C++/Java as Object-oriented programming language.
Object Oriented Technology (OOT) References:
1. David Parsons; Object oriented programming with C++; BPB publication
2. Object oriented programming in C++ by Robert Lafore: Galgotia
3. Balagurusamy; Object oriented programming with C++; TMH
4. Java Complete Reference: Herbert Schildt, Mc Graw Hill
5. Hubbard; Programming in C++ (Schaum); TMH
6. Mastering C++ by Venugopal, TMH
Object Oriented Technology (OOT) List of experiments (Expandable):
Programming assignments may be given to students so that they can better understand the concepts of object oriented programming such as objects, classes, class-relationships, association, aggregation, inheritance, polymorphism etc.