Case Study

Learn about the object-oriented design and SOLID principles in the context of iris classification.

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This section expands on the object-oriented design of our example, iris classification. We’ve been building on this in the previous chapters, and we’ll continue building on it in later chapters. In this chapter, we’ll review the diagrams created using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to help depict and summarize the software we’re going to build. We’ll move on from the previous chapter to add features for the various ways of computing the nearest for the kk-nearest neighbors algorithm. There are a number of variations for this, and it demonstrates how class hierarchies work.

SOLID principles

There are several design principles that we’ll be exploring as this design becomes more and more complete. One popular set of principles is the SOLID principles, which are:

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