Hi The best book on UML according to me is by its authors. UML User Guide by GRADY BOOCH, RUMBAUGH & JACOBSON. Once u are thru with it you can refer to UML - REFERENCE MANUAL by same authors.
Hi The best book on UML according to me is by its authors. The User Guide is really an excellent one to tell you 100% about UML.
UML can be applied to diverse application domains (. banking, finance, internet, aerospace, healthcare, et.
Finally, this book provides hints and tips for using the UML to solve a number of common modeling problems, but it does not teach you how to model
Finally, this book provides hints and tips for using the UML to solve a number of common modeling problems, but it does not teach you how to model. The UML is applicable to anyone involved in the production, deployment, and maintenance of software. The user guide is primarily directed to members of the development team who create UML models.
It is not only a good compensation for the teaching in vocational training. The established structure taking the form of a learning program also allows independent study.
Can you give a pointer to where you read that? how ? any practical example. 2004-10-30 11:57:40.
This way, the UML model could be used not only as model for the generator, but also as documentation of the entity model.
With UML diagrams, you need to translate them to code, with the possibility of losing something in translation. To demonstrate this in practice, I decided to scour the internet for some good (and not-so-good) UML class diagrams, and convert them into F code. You can compare them for yourselves.
According to The UML User Guide: A use case is a description of sequences of actions that a system performs that yield observable results to a particular actor. The point is about modeling what is related to the system: your main problem is to consider the scope of your project. Even when reverse-engineering, a use case is user-oriented, it has nothing to do with how things are done, but what is done: I think nothing to do with especially automating things, even when talking about a system. There is a subtle idea here: I consider an information system, a system involving people in the first place, not a completely automated system.