Insight to the Relationship Between the Literary Subgenres and the Object Oriented Programming

  • Ricardo de J. Botero Tecnológico de Antioquia
  • Carlos Arturo Castro Universidad San Buenaventura Medellín
  • Edgar Serna Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano
Keywords: Object-Oriented Software Engineering, Literary Subgenres, UML

Abstract

As the title suggests, this article exposes a vision to the relationship between a human expression so fascinating and mature as literature, evident in works of different genres, and other attractant also more recent hatching as computer science, manifested in themes related with the object-oriented programming (OOP). To establish the relationship, presented two overviews, the first related to the literary genres and the second with the Unified Modeling Language (UML), which are taken as a starting point to establish linkages among the fables, the asides of novel and literary works in general, with modeling of software expressed in use case diagrams, classes, objects, states, sequence and activities, all of the UML. In this way, arise new teaching strategies for the understanding of design-oriented objects through modeling of literary works.

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Published
2014-11-04
How to Cite
de J. Botero, R., Castro, C. A., & Serna, E. (2014). Insight to the Relationship Between the Literary Subgenres and the Object Oriented Programming. EDU REVIEW. International Education and Learning Review / Revista Internacional De Educación Y Aprendizaje, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.37467/gka-revedu.v2.604
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Research articles