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Dear All,

For Clarity and better understandability of the Software System, Is object-oriented approach is closer to the working of human cognition? If yes then how? If not then why?
Kindly, Support your answer with strong arguments and real life examples. '

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>Is object-oriented approach is closer to the working of human cognition?
You mean without training and experience? Closer to the way a human naturally thinks? Judging from how difficult most people find learning OO concepts, I'd say no.

>Support your answer with strong arguments and real life examples.
As much as I love doing people's homework for them, no.

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You are a human, what do you think?
OO is "a" way of approaching things like that. Some people think aspect oriented is more natural.
I think OO would be more natural if people could describe objects in their native tongue and have them work correctly.. it is the diving into the nitty details that make it so darn 'unnatural'.
Good luck on your assignment.. I would suggest you spend about 72 hours on an object oriented tutorial to come up to speed a bit so you can compare to your own human experiences.

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