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Modeling with UML

Modeling with UML Author Bernhard Rumpe
ISBN-10 9783319339337
Release 2016-09-16
Pages 281
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This book presents a variant of UML that is especially suitable for agile development of high-quality software. It adjusts the language UML profile, called UML/P, for optimal assistance for the design, implementation, and agile evolution to facilitate its use especially in agile, yet model based development methods for data intensive or control driven systems. After a general introduction to UML and the choices made in the development of UML/P in Chapter 1, Chapter 2 includes a definition of the language elements of class diagrams and their forms of use as views and representations. Next, Chapter 3 introduces the design and semantic facets of the Object Constraint Language (OCL), which is conceptually improved and syntactically adjusted to Java for better comfort. Subsequently, Chapter 4 introduces object diagrams as an independent, exemplary notation in UML/P, and Chapter 5 offers a detailed introduction to UML/P Statecharts. Lastly, Chapter 6 presents a simplified form of sequence diagrams for exemplary descriptions of object interactions. For completeness, appendixes A–C describe the full syntax of UML/P, and appendix D explains a sample application from the E-commerce domain, which is used in all chapters. This book is ideal for introductory courses for students and practitioners alike.

Enterprise Modeling with UML

Enterprise Modeling with UML Author Chris Marshall
ISBN-10 0201433133
Release 2000
Pages 259
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"Written for practitioners interested in business systems and software applications, this book fuses object technology, workflow, data warehousing, and distributed system concepts into a coherent model that has been successfully implemented worldwide. Enterprises using these concepts are well positioned to thrive in the emerging global business arena. Enterprise Modeling with UML describes specific methods for modeling large, complex, and adaptable enterprise systems, using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to illustrate its concepts and components." "Enterprise Modeling with UML addresses in detail the four key elements of an enterprise model: purpose, processes, entities, and organization. Written from a business perspective rather than technical standpoint, the book covers such vital topics as: formalizing business concepts, models, and components; creating and communicating the value of an enterprise; designing, scheduling, tracking, and automating processes; describing business entities in organizational contexts; modeling hierarchical and networked organizations and coordinating such organizations to form value chains; and building adaptable enterprise systems from reusable software components." "The accompanying CD-ROM contains Java and XML examples of many of the ideas and models presented in the book."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UMLTheory and Practice

Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UMLTheory and Practice Author Don Rosenberg
ISBN-10 1430203692
Release 2008-06-28
Pages 440
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Diagramming and process are important topics in today’s software development world, as the UML diagramming language has come to be almost universally accepted. Yet process is necessary; by themselves, diagrams are of little use. Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML - Theory and Practice combines the notation of UML with a lightweight but effective process - the ICONIX process - for designing and developing software systems. ICONIX has developed a growing following over the years. Sitting between the free-for-all of Extreme Programming and overly rigid processes such as RUP, ICONIX offers just enough structure to be successful.

Agile Modeling with UML

Agile Modeling with UML Author Bernhard Rumpe
ISBN-10 9783319588629
Release 2017-04-26
Pages 388
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This book focuses on the methodological treatment of UML/P and addresses three core topics of model-based software development: code generation, the systematic testing of programs using a model-based definition of test cases, and the evolutionary refactoring and transformation of models. For each of these topics, it first details the foundational concepts and techniques, and then presents their application with UML/P. This separation between basic principles and applications makes the content more accessible and allows the reader to transfer this knowledge directly to other model-based approaches and languages. After an introduction to the book and its primary goals in Chapter 1, Chapter 2 outlines an agile UML-based approach using UML/P as the primary development language for creating executable models, generating code from the models, designing test cases, and planning iterative evolution through refactoring. In the interest of completeness, Chapter 3 provides a brief summary of UML/P, which is used throughout the book. Next, Chapters 4 and 5 discuss core techniques for code generation, addressing the architecture of a code generator and methods for controlling it, as well as the suitability of UML/P notations for test or product code. Chapters 6 and 7 then discuss general concepts for testing software as well as the special features which arise due to the use of UML/P. Chapter 8 details test patterns to show how to use UML/P diagrams to define test cases and emphasizes in particular the use of functional tests for distributed and concurrent software systems. In closing, Chapters 9 and 10 examine techniques for transforming models and code and thus provide a solid foundation for refactoring as a type of transformation that preserves semantics. Overall, this book will be of great benefit for practical software development, for academic training in the field of Software Engineering, and for research in the area of model-based software development. Practitioners will learn how to use modern model-based techniques to improve the production of code and thus significantly increase quality. Students will find both important scientific basics as well as direct applications of the techniques presented. And last but not least, the book will offer scientists a comprehensive overview of the current state of development in the three core topics it covers.

UML and Data Modeling

UML and Data Modeling Author David C. Hay
ISBN-10 9781634620710
Release 2011-11-01
Pages 242
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Here you will learn how to develop an attractive, easily readable, conceptual, business-oriented entity/relationship model, using a variation on the UML Class Model notation. This book has two audiences: • Data modelers (both analysts and database designers) who are convinced that UML has nothing to do with them; and • UML experts who don’t realize that architectural data modeling really is different from object modeling (and that the differences are important). David Hay’s objective is to finally bring these two groups together in peace. Here all modelers will receive guidance on how to produce a high quality (that is, readable) entity/relationship model to describe the data architecture of an organization. The notation involved happens to be the one for class models in the Unified Modeling Language, even though UML was originally developed to support object-oriented design. Designers have a different view of the world from those who develop business-oriented conceptual data models, which means that to use UML for architectural modeling requires some adjustments. These adjustments are described in this book. David Hay is the author of Enterprise Model Patterns: Describing the World, a comprehensive model of a generic enterprise. The diagrams were at various levels of abstraction, and they were all rendered in the slightly modified version of UML Class Diagrams presented here. This book is a handbook to describe how to build models such as these. By way of background, an appendix provides a history of the two groups, revealing the sources of their different attitudes towards the system development process. If you are an old-school ER modeler and now find yourself having to come up to speed on UML to get that next job (or keep the current one), this is your guidebook to success. If you are a long time object oriented programmer who has to interact with data modelers, this book is for you too. David has done the hard work of mapping out how to do a logical entity relationship model using standard (and accepted) UML diagram components. This book shows you step-by-step, with ample examples, how to get from here to there with the least pain possible for all concerned. Kent Graziano Certified Data Vault Master and Oracle ACE Past-President of ODTUG & RMOUG Brilliantly organized: three books hidden in one cohesive work. Not withstanding the tremendous value provided by cross-training data architects/modelers and object modelers/architects, making each better at what they do, Appendix B presents an absolutely awesome concise, yet detailed, history of modeling objects and data that clearly documents the differences in the approaches over the years and helps bring it all into perspective. This book is packed with useful information. Even the footnotes add clarity and offer interesting and often humorous editorial insight making it a fun read. Whatever viewpoint the reader is coming from this book has something to offer as long as the reader maintains an open mind. Roland Berg Senior Architect Diligent Consulting, Inc. San Antonio, Texas

UML Distilled

UML Distilled Author Martin Fowler
ISBN-10 0321193687
Release 2004
Pages 175
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A guide to using UML describes major UML diagrams, their creation, and how to decipher them.

Visual Modeling with Rational Rose 2000 and UML

Visual Modeling with Rational Rose 2000 and UML Author Terry Quatrani
ISBN-10 0201699613
Release 2000
Pages 256
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The first UML book to cover Rational Rose 2000--the new #1 tool for UML modeling, this brand-new edition reviews the three key interrelated components of state-of-the-art software system design: the Rational Unified process, the Unified Modeling Language, and Rational Rose 2000. Then, through a simplified case study, it walks developers through a real-world business system. Includes screen shots demonstrating UML at work in the Rational Rose 2000 modeling tool.

Applying Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML

Applying Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML Author Doug Rosenberg
ISBN-10 0201730391
Release 2001
Pages 153
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" Applying Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML: An Annotated e-Commerce Example " is a practical, hands-on guide to putting use case methods to work in real-world situations. This workbook is a companion to "Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML." It bridges the gap between the theory presented in the main book and the practical issues involved in the development of an Internet e-commerce application. Uniquely conceived as a workbook and featuring as a running example an e-commerce system for an online bookstore, "Applying Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML" examines design in detail, demonstrating the most common design mistakes and the correct design solutions. The hands-on exercises allow you to detect, identify, and correct critical errors on your own, before reviewing the solutions provided in the book. Structured around the proven ICONIX Process, this workbook presents a streamlined approach to UML modeling designed to avoid analysis paralysis without skipping analysis and design. The book presents the four key phases of this minimalist approach to use case driven design--domain modeling, use case modeling, robustness analysis, and sequence diagramming--and for each topic provides an overview, detailed discussion, list of common mistakes, and a set of exercises for honing object modeling and design skills. The three chapters on reviews are also unique. The authors devote a chapter each to requirements review, preliminary design review, and critical design review. This focus on "designing quality in" by teaching how to review UML models fills a major gap in the published literature. Through examples, " Applying Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML " shows you how to avoid more than seventy specific design errors, as illustrated by the "Top 10" error lists included as a handy key on the inside covers and within each chapter. With the information, examples, and exercises found here, you will develop the knowledge and skills you need to apply use case modeling more effectively to your next application. 0201730391B08022001

UML Requirements Modeling For Business Analysts

UML Requirements Modeling For Business Analysts Author Norman Daoust
ISBN-10 9781634620420
Release 2012-08-01
Pages 268
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This book provides you with a collection of best practices, guidelines, and tips for using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) for business analysis. The contents have been assembled over the years based on experience and documented best practices. Over sixty easy to understand UML diagram examples will help you to apply these ideas immediately. If you use, expect to use, or think you should use the Unified Modeling Language (UML) or use cases in your business analysis activities, this book will help you: • communicate more succinctly and effectively with your stakeholders including your software development team, • increase the likelihood that your requirements will be reviewed and understood, • reduce requirements analysis, documentation, and review time. The first three chapters explain the reasons for utilizing the UML for business analysis, present a brief history of the UML and its diagram categories, and describe a set of general modeling guidelines and tips applicable to all of the UML diagram types. Each of the next thirteen chapters is dedicated to a different UML diagram type: 1. Use Case Diagrams 2. Activity Diagrams 3. Interaction Overview Diagrams 4. Class Diagrams 5. Object Diagrams 6. State Machine Diagrams 7. Timing Diagrams 8. Sequence Diagrams 9. Communication Diagrams 10. Composite Structure Diagrams 11. Component Diagrams 12. Deployment Diagrams 13. Package Diagrams The next two chapters explain additional diagram types that are important for business analysts and that can be created using UML notation: • Context Diagrams using Communication diagram notation • Data Models using Class diagram notation These chapters are followed by a chapter that describes criteria for selecting the various diagram types. The final chapter presents a case study.

Learning UML 2 0

Learning UML 2 0 Author Russ Miles
ISBN-10 9780596009823
Release 2006
Pages 269
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With its clear introduction to the Unified Modeling Language (UML) 2.0, this tutorial offers a solid understanding of each topic, covering foundational concepts of object-orientation and an introduction to each of the UML diagram types.

Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML

Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML Author Doug Rosenberg
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822025998204
Release 1999
Pages 165
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Software practitioners are faced with the frustrating reality that there is seldom enough time to properly model an impending project. Even with the widespread acceptance of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), proper modeling is often not completed because aggressive schedules make this practice difficult. This book presents a streamlined approach to UML modeling that includes a minimal but sufficient set of diagrams and techniques you can use to get from use cases to code quickly and efficiently. 'Use Case Driven Object Modeling with UML' provides practical guidance that shows developers how to produce UML models with minimal startup time, while maintaining traceability from user requirements through detailed design and coding. The authors draw upon their industry experience to present proven methods for driving the object modeling process forward from use cases in a straightforward manner.

Topological UML Modeling

Topological UML Modeling Author Janis Osis
ISBN-10 9780128093535
Release 2017-06-16
Pages 276
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Topological UML Modeling: An Improved Approach for Domain Modeling and Software Development presents a specification for Topological UML® that combines the formalism of the Topological Functioning Model (TFM) mathematical topology with a specified software analysis and design method. The analysis of problem domain and design of desired solutions within software development processes has a major impact on the achieved result – developed software. While there are many tools and different techniques to create detailed specifications of the solution, the proper analysis of problem domain functioning is ignored or covered insufficiently. The design of object-oriented software has been led for many years by the Unified Modeling Language (UML®), an approved industry standard modeling notation for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system, and this comprehensive book shines new light on the many advances in the field. Presents an approach to formally define, analyze, and verify functionality of existing processes and desired processes to track incomplete or incorrect functional requirements Describes the path from functional and nonfunctional requirements specification to software design with step-by-step creation and transformation of diagrams and models with very early capturing of security requirements for software systems. Defines all modeling constructs as extensions to UML®, thus creating a new UML® profile which can be implemented in existing UML® modeling tools and toolsets

Systems Engineering with SysML UML

Systems Engineering with SysML UML Author Tim Weilkiens
ISBN-10 9780080558318
Release 2011-08-29
Pages 320
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UML, the Universal Modeling Language, was the first programming language designed to fulfill the requirement for "universality." However, it is a software-specific language, and does not support the needs of engineers designing from the broader systems-based perspective. Therefore, SysML was created. It has been steadily gaining popularity, and many companies, especially in the heavily-regulated Defense, Automotive, Aerospace, Medical Device and Telecomms industries, are already using SysML, or are plannning to switch over to it in the near future. However, little information is currently available on the market regarding SysML. Its use is just on the crest of becoming a widespread phenomenon, and so thousands of software engineers are now beginning to look for training and resources. This book will serve as the one-stop, definitive guide that provide an introduction to SysML, and instruction on how to implement it, for all these new users. *SysML is the latest emerging programming language--250,000 estimated software systems engineers are using it in the US alone! *The first available book on SysML in English *Insider information! The author is a member of the SysML working group and has written sections of the specification *Special focus comparing SysML and UML, and explaining how both can work together

The Object Constraint Language

The Object Constraint Language Author Jos B. Warmer
ISBN-10 0201379406
Release 1999
Pages 112
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A practical guide to the OCL (part of the UML 1.1 standard of the OMG), this title is designed for software architects, designers, and developers. The authors' pragmatic approach and illustrative use of examples help application developers to quickly get up to speed with this important object modeling technique.

Visual Modeling with Rational Rose 2002 and UML

Visual Modeling with Rational Rose 2002 and UML Author Terry Quatrani
ISBN-10 0201729326
Release 2003
Pages 256
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Thoroughly updated and fully compliant with Rational Rose 2002, the latest release of the industry's most popular software modeling tool, this edition contains simplified, useful case studies and helps the reader understand the core concepts of modeling and how to use UML effectively.

Open Modeling with UML

Open Modeling with UML Author Brian Henderson-Sellers
ISBN-10 0201675129
Release 2000
Pages 245
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"This introductory-level book guides you through the basic concepts that you will need to master to use the OPEN process in industry, and to understand the function of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) as its notational element. The authors adopt a strong practical approach, drawing on their extensive experience and developing their arguments around two detailed case studies. Primarily aimed at software developers needing to use an adaptable process to model with UML, this book will also help project managers and quality managers appreciate the use of a software development process together with a standardized notation."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

UML in Practice

UML in Practice Author Pascal Roques
ISBN-10 9780470092798
Release 2006-02-08
Pages 312
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Offers comprehensive coverage of all major modeling viewpoints Provides details of collaboration and class diagrams for filling in the design-level models