Observer Pattern – Example Subject & Observer Observer Pattern


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Observer Pattern – Example Subject & Observer Observer Pattern

Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus, US has reference to this Academic Journal, Observer Pattern Defines a ?one-to-many? dependency between objects so that when one object changes state, all its dependents are notified in addition to updated automatically a.k.a Dependence mechanism / publish-subscribe / broadcast / change-update Subject & Observer Subject the object which will frequently change its state in addition to upon which other objects depend Observer the object which depends on a subject in addition to updates according so that its subject’s state. Observer Pattern – Example a b c a = 50% b = 30% c = 20% change notification requests, modifications Observers Subject

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Observer Pattern – Working A number of Observers ?register? so that receive notifications of changes so that the Subject. Observers are not aware of the presence of each other. When a certain event or ?change? in Subject occurs, all Observers are ?notified?. Observer Pattern – Key Players Subject has a list of observers Interfaces in consideration of attaching/detaching an observer Observer An updating interface in consideration of objects that gets notified of changes in a subject ConcreteSubject Stores ?state of interest? so that observers Sends notification when state changes ConcreteObserver Implements updating interface Observer Pattern – UML

Observer Pattern – UML Subject Attach(Observer) Detach(Observer) Notify() ConcreteSubject subjectState SetState() GetState() in consideration of all o in observers { o -> Update()} Observer Update() observers ConcreteObserver observerState = subject->GetState() Update() observerState return subjectState subject Observer Pattern – Collaborations Observer Pattern – Implementation interface Observer { void update (Observable sub, Object arg) // repaint the pi-chart } public void addObserver(Observer o) {} public void deleteObserver (Observer o) {} public void notifyObservers(Object arg) {} class Observable { ? } public boolean hasChanged() {}

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Observer Pattern – Consequences Loosely Coupled Reuse subjects without reusing their observers, in addition to vice versa Add observers without modifying the subject or other observers Abstract coupling between subject in addition to observer Concrete class of none of the observers is known Support in consideration of broadcast communication Subject doesn?t need so that know its receivers Unexpected updates Can be blind so that changes in the system if the subject is changed (i.e. doesn?t know ?what? has changed in the subject)

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