Sokoban: A System Object Case Study


Authors: Robert Biddle, James Noble, Ewan Tempero
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This report presents a case study applying the Distribution of System Responsibilities (DSR) object-oriented design technique. DSR provides a starting point for an object-oriented design by directly manipulating the requirements for that application. The case study applies DSR to the development of a small application, the game Sokoban. The case study provides evidence that DSR does allow object-oriented designs to be created, that it allows reasonable designs to be created, and that any object-oriented design can be created by it.

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