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The unified modeling language user guide / Grady Booch, James Rumbaugh, Ivar Jacobson.

By: Booch, Grady.
Contributor(s): Rumbaugh, James | Jacobson, Ivar.
Material type: TextTextSeries: The Addison-Wesley object technology series.Publisher: Reading Mass. ; New Delhi : Addison-Wesley ; Pearson education, c1999Description: xxii, 482 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0201571684 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Computer software -- Development | UML (Computer science)DDC classification: 003.3 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Sect. 1. Getting Started. Ch. 1. Why We Model. Ch. 2. Introducing the UML. Ch. 3. Hello, World! -- Sect. 2. Basic Structural Modeling. Ch. 4. Classes. Ch. 5. Relationships. Ch. 6. Common Mechanisms. Ch. 7. Diagrams. Ch. 8. Class Diagrams -- Sect. 3. Advanced Structural Modeling. Ch. 9. Advanced Classes. Ch. 10. Advanced Relationships. Ch. 11. Interfaces, Types, and Roles. Ch. 12. Packages. Ch. 13. Instances. Ch. 14. Object Diagrams -- Sect. 4. Basic Behavioral Modeling. Ch. 15. Interactions. Ch. 16. Use Cases. Ch. 17. Use Case Diagrams. Ch. 18. Interaction Diagrams. Ch. 19. Activity Diagrams -- Sect. 5. Advanced Behavioral Modeling. Ch. 20. Events and Signals. Ch. 21. State Machines. Ch. 22. Processes and Threads. Ch. 23. Time and Space. Ch. 24. Statechart Diagrams. -- Sect. 6. . Architectural Modeling Ch. 25. Components. Ch. 26. Deployment. Ch. 27. Collaborations. Ch. 28. Patterns and Frameworks. Ch. 29. Component Diagrams. Ch. 30. Deployment Diagrams. Ch. 31. Systems and Models. -- Sect. 7. Wrapping up. Ch. 32. . Applying the UML. -- Appendix A. UML Notation. Appendix B. UML Standard Elements. Appendix C. Rational Unified Process. Glossary. Index.
Summary: Summary: In The Unified Modeling Language User Guide, the original developers of the UML - Grady Booch, James Rumbaugh, and Ivar Jacobson - provide a tutorial to the core aspects of the language in a two-color format designed to facilitate learning. Starting with a conceptual model of the UML, the book progressively applies the UML to a series of increasingly complex modeling problems across a variety of application domains. Read more...
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Booch, Grady.
Unified modeling language user guide.
Reading Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1999
(OCoLC)607135958

Includes index.

Table of contents Sect. 1. Getting Started. Ch. 1. Why We Model. Ch. 2. Introducing the UML. Ch. 3. Hello, World! --
Sect. 2. Basic Structural Modeling. Ch. 4. Classes. Ch. 5. Relationships. Ch. 6. Common Mechanisms. Ch. 7. Diagrams. Ch. 8. Class Diagrams --
Sect. 3. Advanced Structural Modeling. Ch. 9. Advanced Classes. Ch. 10. Advanced Relationships. Ch. 11. Interfaces, Types, and Roles. Ch. 12. Packages. Ch. 13. Instances. Ch. 14. Object Diagrams --
Sect. 4. Basic Behavioral Modeling. Ch. 15. Interactions. Ch. 16. Use Cases. Ch. 17. Use Case Diagrams. Ch. 18. Interaction Diagrams. Ch. 19. Activity Diagrams --
Sect. 5. Advanced Behavioral Modeling. Ch. 20. Events and Signals. Ch. 21. State Machines. Ch. 22. Processes and Threads. Ch. 23. Time and Space. Ch. 24. Statechart Diagrams. --
Sect. 6. . Architectural Modeling Ch. 25. Components. Ch. 26. Deployment. Ch. 27. Collaborations. Ch. 28. Patterns and Frameworks. Ch. 29. Component Diagrams. Ch. 30. Deployment Diagrams. Ch. 31. Systems and Models. --
Sect. 7. Wrapping up. Ch. 32. . Applying the UML. --
Appendix A. UML Notation. Appendix B. UML Standard Elements. Appendix C. Rational Unified Process. Glossary. Index.

Summary:
In The Unified Modeling Language User Guide, the original developers of the UML - Grady Booch, James Rumbaugh, and Ivar Jacobson - provide a tutorial to the core aspects of the language in a two-color format designed to facilitate learning. Starting with a conceptual model of the UML, the book progressively applies the UML to a series of increasingly complex modeling problems across a variety of application domains. Read more...

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