The UML; The UP; Understanding Structural Modeling



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Sinan Si Alhir (salhir@earthlink.net)
Thu, 27 Dec 2001 17:26:05 -0600


The following presentations and paper may be of interest to you: * The Unified Modeling Language (UML) (http://home.earthlink.net/~salhir/#ThirteenthWeekSept11thFundUML) The UML offers a wealth of modeling techniques that may be applied to different types of systems, domains, and methods or processes. This presentation explores the various modeling techniques of the UML and considers and focuses on practical insight into effectively and successfully applying the UML: Introduction - The UML; System Development; Systems, Models, Architectural Views, and Diagrams; Structural (Static) Modeling; Behavioral (Dynamic) Modeling; Effectively and Successfully Applying the UML; and Conclusion - The UML and Beyond. * The Unified Process (UP) (http://home.earthlink.net/~salhir/#ThirteenthWeekSept11thFundUP) The Unified Process (UP), also known as the Unified Software Development Process (USDP), is a software development process framework. This presentation explores the essentials of the UP process framework, including its static structure and dynamic behavior and considers and focuses on practical insight into effectively and successfully applying the UP: Introduction -The UP; System Development; Collaborations, Contexts, and Interactions; Lifecycle, Iteration Execution, Effort Distribution, and Artifact Evolution; Principal Elements; Effectively and Successfully Applying the UP; and Conclusion - The UP and Beyond. * "Understanding Structural Modeling" [Methods & Tools, December 2001] (http://home.earthlink.net/~salhir/#understandingstructuralmodeling) This paper elaborates on understanding structural modeling (and class diagrams): Class Diagrams; Classes; Associations; Object Diagrams; Objects; Links; Other Types of Elements; Notes; Generalizations; Dependencies; Realizations; Packages; Structural Modeling; Classes; Associations; and Objects and Links. I welcome your comments/feedback. Thank you. Sincerely, Sinan Si Alhir Email: mailto:salhir@earthlink.net WWW: http://home.earthlink.net/~salhir --- --- --- Read what people are saying about "UML in a Nutshell" (Comments and Feedback) [http://home.earthlink.net/~salhir/#umlinanutshell]


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