Study on Development of 3D Analytic Geometry Interactive Software
Current Topics on Mathematics and Computer Science Vol. 8,
7 August 2021
This work illustrates the required phases for the achieving of the interactive software used for the study of 3D analytic geometry software. The development of this software aimed to achieve the following goals: the presentation of theoretical notions, the interactive presentation of some important applications, and the realization of exact drawings by replacing the pencil and ruler with the mouse. The modelling of the interactive software is accomplished by specific UML diagrams representing the phases of analysis, design, and implementation. Object-oriented modelling is arduous, and reusable object-oriented design is even more complex. In the procedure of modelling a software, design represents probably the most significant factor that can influence its quality. Thus, each design pattern aims to resolve a specific design issue in case of oriented object programming paradigm. The interactive software design is optimized by using of the "Factory" creational pattern and “Observer” behavioural pattern. The implementation of the software was realised through the Java programming language. Incorporating modern methods and techniques, the presented software will lead the user to obtain experience in understanding and handling the knowledge in 3D analytic geometry field.
- 3D Analytic Geometry
- Design Patterns
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