CS 534 Advanced Object-Oriented Programming, Fall 2016


You are required to deliver a term project. Projects can be done individually or in pairs. Expectations from your output will be increased according to the number of people involved in the project. Also, expectations from the grad students are higher than undergrad students.

You will be required to give a demo of your project at the end of the semester.

You have to use a version control system. I will create a GitHub repository for you and grant you access.

You are free to choose the programming language you will use for implementation, as long as the language is object-oriented. Java, C++, C#, Smalltalk, Python, Ruby are among acceptable options.


The following are the deliverables of the project:

  • Setup: Send me the team members (if any), and the programming language of choice.
  • Submission: You will give a live demo of your code. Be prepared to answer design- and code-related questions. Include a README file in your repo that explains how to compile and run your code. UML class diagrams of key parts of your projects should be available in your repository as well.
    Due: Jan. 10th, Tuesday, afternoon, in my office (EF 109).


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