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Object-oriented programming is a current programming paradigm that allows the efficient development of software modules. These modules are the basis of multiple applications used in the biomedical field. The reference language is C ++.
This course aims to provide students with the methodologies and tools to design and develop software applications according to efficiency and productivity criteria by using object-oriented programming in C ++
Attendance and active participation in the proposed training activities (lectures and exercises) and individual study will enable the student to:
know the theoretical and practical tools of object-oriented programming;
use classes and objects in the implementation of programs by using the paradigms of object oriented programming;
abstract the algorithms and data structures, which can be useful for a biomedical engineer;
develop the skills to operationally apply the concepts learned.
Lessons and examples in the classroom (online as a function of the rules ). Exercises in C ++ to be carried out during the semester and uploaded to Aulaweb.
Review of procedural C ++ and dynamic allocation
Algorithms: search and sorting
Object-oriented programming and abstract data types
Classes and objects; const and static qualifiers; reference; friend
Data structures: node-based linked list and array-based stack
Copy constructor and assignment operator (classes with dynamic memory)
Inheritance and polymorphism
Examples to support the lessons
- Notes available on Aulaweb.
- H. Schildt. C ++: The Complete Guide. McGraw-Hill
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Programming exam. The exam is related to the topics presented during the semester: it consists of quiz and programming exercises that the student must solve and code during the exam. Examples of such exercises were provided during class and practice hours. Possible oral exam.
Details on how to prepare for the exam and the degree of depth of each topic will be given during the lessons. The programming exam will verify the actual acquisition of object oriented programming knowledge learned during the semester: at the end of the course the student will have to demonstrate to know how to develop object oriented programs using the characteristics of the C ++ language.